Harrison’s peer mediation class shows results

Harrison’s peer mediation class shows results

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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