Justice of Both Sides: Transforming Education Through Restorative Justice
This is a book review of Justice on Both Sides: Transforming Education Through Restorative Justice by Maisha Winn. The book's central claim is that restorative justice is a transformative practice that should be implemented in schools. Winn (2018) provides an explanation of the paradigmatic shift needed by educators to successfully implement the program. She explores current programs through a qualitative study and uses ethnographic data to tell the story of students, faculty, and administrators as they participate in restorative justice. This book does not provide any easy answers or a step by step guide. But it does offer the path to critical consciousness that educators need to effectively implement a restorative justice program.
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