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Restorative justice at Boulder High School: A student’s perspective

Studer, Sarah
June 4, 2015

Source: (2001) Restorative Justice in Action (Spring): 1, 3. Special School Edition. Denver, Colorado: Colorado Forum on Community and Restorative Justice. Downloaded 5 April 2004.

A student at Boulder High School, Sarah Studer has been trained as a facilitator in community group conferencing. She facilitates conferences at her high school, and she works with the school administration to develop and use more fully a restorative justice program at the school. In this article she describes her own training and experiences as a facilitator in the community and in the school, the development of a restorative justice program in her high school, and the effects of the program on how discipline is handled in the school and on the general culture in the school.


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