New Brief: Common Misconceptions About School Shootings

Posted on Sep 4, 2018 in Uncategorized
New Brief: Common Misconceptions About School Shootings

School shootings are the subject of debate in the media and in communities across the United States, and there is much discussion about prevention and the root causes of such attacks. But what does research say about these tragic events and their perpetrators? Do all shooters fit a specific profile? And what meaningful steps can […]

Restorative Justice in U.S. Schools: Practitioners’ Perspective

Posted on Jan 28, 2016 in News & Events, Uncategorized
Restorative Justice in U.S. Schools: Practitioners’ Perspective

The JPRC completed the third report in its series on Restorative Justice (RJ) in U.S. Schools, on how practitioners are integrating RJ in their settings as an alternative to traditional disciplinary responses to school offenses. This project was funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The report summarizes findings from a survey of practitioners supplemented […]