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Processes for Primary Prevention and Intervention
Processes for primary prevention and intervention

The first section of this chapter describes the specific schoolwide processes that are used for prevention and peaceful resolution of conflict, and that build on a restorative culture. The school leader's role includes: (a) supporting teachers' use of restorative practices curricula across the grades such as restorative language and scripts, restorative inquiry, restorative conversations, and use of meetings and conferences; (b) setting up systems for mediation, shuttle mediation, and peer mediation; and (c) establishing guidelines and procedures for formal conferences for serious offenses as part of a restorative school discipline framework. This chapter also addresses cultural issues and processes for ensuring positive relationships with children and families from cultural and linguistic backgrounds (often referred ...

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