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It Wasn't Me It Wasn't Me (ebook)
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avg rating 3.85 — 889 ratings — published 2018
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The Reckonings The Reckonings (Hardcover)
by (shelved 1 time as restorative-justice)
avg rating 4.38 — 433 ratings — published 2018
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“No one likes to feel used. When the perceived focus becomes the content over the person, people feel used. When teachers are valued only for the test scores of their students, they feel used. When administrators are "successful" only when they achieve "highly effective school" status, they feel used. Eventually, "used" people lose joy in learning and teaching. Curriculum does not teach; teachers do. Standards don't encourage; administrators do. Peaceable schools value personnel and students for who they are as worthy human beings. ... If your mission statement says you care, then specific practices of care should be habits within your school.”
Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz, The Little Book of Restorative Discipline for Schools: Teaching Responsibility; Creating Caring Climates

Jamie Arpin-Ricci
“If our social justice is guided by retribution, we will simply perpetuate the use and abuse of power to inflict violence.”
Jamie Arpin-Ricci

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