School Discipline: Punitive vs. Restorative

Educators and schools as a whole are constantly faced with conflict and the many ways to deal with it. Many schools take an approach in which students are held accountable for breaking a rule and the guilt/punishment that is paired with doing so. Others approach a given situation by recognizing that a student has done harm and is now responsible for correcting what they've done. This toolset will provide information in comparing and implementing these two approaches: Punitive vs. Restorative Justice

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    Implementing restorative justive

    This document provides a comparison of punitive and restorative justice response in schools. It also provides information as to why restorative justice should be used and how it should be implemented. This approach gives students accountability for their actions and calls for reflection on one's choices.

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