Credit: Oakland Unified School District, Restorative Justice and photographer Josh Egel
Book Martha's new book, Creating Restorative Schools: Setting Schools Up to Succeed, is now available! To purchase your copy, please order directly from Living Justice Press. If you reside outside the United States, you may can purchase the eBook at Living Justice Pressor the Kindle version on Amazon. If you live outside the US and would like the hardcopy, please call Living Justice Press at 651-695-1008 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out this upcoming review! In the October issues of VOYA Magazine, we feature a list of the best reviewed professional books from the previous year. This year, “Extending the Five-Foot Bookshelf: More Essential Books for Professionals Who Serve Teens” includes a title published by Living Justice. The title will be featured with excerpts from the original review. Congratulations to the author, editors, and publisher of the following title:
Brown Martha, A. Creating Restorative Schools: Setting Schools Up to Succeed. Living Justice Press, 2018. 332p. $35. Oversize pb. 978-1-937141-21-9. Table of Contents. Abbreviations and Terms. Pseudonyms. Figures and Charts. Acknowledgments. Appendixes. Notes. Biblio. Index. VOYA June 2018. “Restorative school refers to a ‘whole-school approach that prioritizes relationships, builds community, creates just and equitable learning environments’ and strives to ‘support struggling students, teach peaceful conflict resolution, and repair relationships after a harm has occurred.’ . . . Brown provides an in-depth study of two schools going through restorative implementation. . . . This text is an interesting and important take on how to invest in relationships with students, boldly claiming that punishment is not an option in a restorative school, and then demonstrating the deeply interpersonal successes of two example schools.” Refereed Journal Articles (Some links may allow you to download the article at no cost from this website. Others, not so much...)
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