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Restoration Practices in schools

Porter, Abbey J.
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) International Institute for Restorative Practice. Restorative Practices E-FOrum. 6 June 2007

As an increasing number of schools worldwide adopt restorative practices as a means of dealing with discipline and improving school culture, school leaders are beginning to analyze the impact of restorative methods. The numbers tell
a powerful story: Schools implementing restorative methods have seen a drop in disciplinary problems, decreased reliance
on detention and suspension, and an improvement in student attitudes. Gathering such data is important, both for
evaluating the effectiveness of restorative methods and garnering funding support for restorative programs. (excerpt)


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