Conflicts are unavoidable in life. That’s particularly true in high schools, where young minds and growing bodies can lead to more than just mere disagreements; sometimes those arguments and issues can change the trajectory of a student’s future — and not in a good way. Enter a relatively new concept for educators at Harrison High School: restorative justice.
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