By Anita Wadhwa
The school-to-prison pipeline is frequently the trail for marginalized scholars, relatively black men, who're 3 times as more likely to be suspended as White scholars. This quantity presents an ethnographic portrait of ways educators can enforce restorative justice to construct optimistic college cultures and deal with disciplinary difficulties in a extra corrective and not more punitive demeanour. the school-to-prison pipeline in a ancient context, it analyzes present concerns dealing with colleges and groups and ways in which restorative justice can enhance habit and educational success. by means of training a serious restorative justice, educators can lessen the domino influence among suspension and incarceration and foster a extra inclusive institution weather.
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Restorative Justice in Urban Schools: Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline (Routledge Research in Educational Leadership) by Anita Wadhwa