The Resolution Services Center in Lansing, Michigan seeks to facilitate conflict resolution in the educational setting by emphasizing social justice and a restorative, rather than punitive, model for corrective action. The restorative model encourages the individuals involved in the conflict to get together and ask three fundamental questions: What happened? How has this affected everyone? And, what needs to be done to remedy the hurt and/or injustice?
Conflict Resolution in Schools
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