Built on restorative principles, the burgeoning interest in Restorative Discipline in schools is a hopeful sign that there is another way to respond to student behavior besides zero tolerance policies and punitive systems of behavior management. Restorative Discipline is a relational approach to building school climate that fosters belonging over exclusion, social engagement over control and meaningful accountability over punishment. Best Practices in RD call for more than just an enthusiastic administrator or a good teacher training. Download a copy of Best Practices in Restorative Discipline. (PDF)

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