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Restorative Justice: Working with students

May 9, 2009

When [David] Karp arrived at Skidmore, he was conducting research on
a restorative justice program run by the Vermont Department of
Corrections. He then joined as a volunteer on the Skidmore Judicial
Board, at which time he presented the possibility of a restorative
justice program at the university. Since that time, he says the program
has seen a great deal of success.

Read it all.
Part 1, an overview of restorative justice use in
criminal matters,”Choice of healing or punishment,” is



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