Restorative Practices in Schools: Far-Reaching Implications
Drewery, W. (2007). Restorative Practices in Schools: Far-Reaching Implications. In G. Maxwell & J. H. Liu(eds), Restorative Justice and Practices in New Zealand (pp. 199-213). Wellington, New Zealand: Institute of Policy Studies.
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In 1999, the New Zealand Ministry of Education contracted a team from the University of Waikato to develop a process for conferencing in schools. The brief was to utilise restorative justice principles to develop a conferencing process for use in schools. The purpose was to test whether such an approach to wrongdoing could reduce the exponential increase of suspensions, particularly of Maori boys, who were, and still are, disproportionately represented in reported numbers of suspensions, stand-downs and exclusions.
Institute for Policy Studies, Victoria University of Wellington
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