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Restorative justice: keeping kids in school

RJI appreciates this Associated Press story about the use of restorative justice in schools in Los Angeles, California.
Not only is restorative justice a way to teach students how to resolve conflict of any kind with teachers it is
also important that they learn how to respond to conflict and tension between themselves and other students. The
suspension of students for minor infractions should not be the only option and it is not. That is why using restorative
justice principles can guide school administrators and teachers by giving students the tools they need to respond to
conflict. Students and teachers learn that there is a better way.
This is Lisa Rea for Restorative Justice International