Restorative Consultation in Schools: A Systematic Review and Call for Restorative Justice Science to Promote Anti-Racism and Social Justice
Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
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Restorative justice practices (RJP) in schools is an increasingly popular approach to responding to discipline showing modest effectiveness. However, there is little research within the school consultation literature that examines the use of RJP. In over a decade, there have been only six studies. These studies are reviewed and directions for future research are discussed. Over the next 30 years, researchers need to pursue restorative justice science with a social justice vision focusing on restorative consultation, anti-racism, and advocacy.
Humane Education | Social Justice
Song, S. Y.,
Eddy, J. M.,
Thompson, H. M.,
Restorative Consultation in Schools: A Systematic Review and Call for Restorative Justice Science to Promote Anti-Racism and Social Justice.
Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 30(4),