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Restorative & Transformative Justice Guide

Provides information and resources on restorative and transformative justice

Definition

What does restorative justice in schools look like?

Restorative justice empowers students to resolve conflicts on their own and in small groups, and it's a growing practice at schools around the country. Essentially, the idea is to bring students together in peer-mediated small groups to talk, ask questions, and air their grievances. (From Edutopia)

Three Core Elements

Three Core Elements

The three core elements of restorative justice are the interconnected concepts of Encounter, Repair, and Transform. Each element is discrete and essential. Together they represent a journey toward wellbeing and wholeness that victims, offenders, and community members can experience. Encounter leads to repair, and repair leads to transformation.

(From Restorative Justice Exchange)

Restorative Justice/Social Discipline Window & Practices Continuum

Restorative Justice Diagram

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