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 with phone interviews and covers a wide range of topics including how and when RJ is used, and the early successes and challenges schools have faced when adopting RJ.

Download the report.

This report and other related reports are also available for download at the JPRC RJ project page.