Transformative Learning through Restorative and Social Justice Education – Revised Edition
Chapter 3. Restoring Community: The Impact of Restorative Justice Circles on Student Feelings of Connectedness
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The Impact of Restorative Justice Circles on Student Feelings of Connectedness
There is much evidence that adolescents and youth who are disconnected from mainstream institutions and opportunities are likely to suffer significant, often long-term, negative effects as they enter adulthood. Many of these youth may reconnect to education and/or identify ways they can be productive and creative if given the opportunity to do so through alternative education strategies and settings. (Zwieg, 2003, p. 10)
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