Pre-print: the initial article submitted to the journal for consideration (prior to peer review)
restorative justice, higher education
Higher Education | Social and Behavioral Sciences
This chapter examines what we know about what works when employing RJ for college student misconduct. We begin with a brief review of published studies that focus on “Campus RJ” and then examine six case studies from universities across the United States that illustrate how RJ benefits harmed parties and enhances student learning.
Digital USD Citation
Karp, David R. PhD and Schachter, Meghan, "Restorative Justice in Colleges and Universities: What Works When Addressing Student Misconduct" (2019). School of Leadership and Education Sciences: Faculty Scholarship. 42.