The JPRC completed the fourth and final report in its series on Restorative Justice (RJ) in U.S. Schools, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. This report presents a brisk review of the research on RJ in school settings. The purpose of the review is to highlight key issues, describe models of RJ, and summarize results from studies conducted in the field. The review was conducted using research reports and other relevant literature published, or made publicly available, between 1999 and mid-2014.
This report and other related reports are also available for download at the JPRC RJ project page.