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Justice on both sides : transforming education through restorative justice

Author: Maisha T Winn
Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard Education Press, [2018]
Series: Race and education series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book aims to offer a theory of restorative justice in education and map pedagogical stances that support restorative, transformative justice discourse and practice.--
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maisha T Winn
ISBN: 9781682531822 1682531821 9781682531839 168253183X
OCLC Number: 1017588560
Description: xi, 204 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Why we need a paradigm shift in schools now --
Paradigm shifting on both sides: the art and science of making things right --
History, race, justice, and language: four pedagogical stances to practice restorative justice --
"We live in a nation of freedom": learning with students --
"There was no justice": pedagogical portraits of educators --
When some of us are brave: tensions and challenges --
"How do we teach so that people stop killing?" the case for transformative justice teacher education --
Epilogue.
Series Title: Race and education series.
Responsibility: Maisha T. Winn.

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"In a nation that is hyper-socialized to preserve the concepts of law, order, and punishment, especially with regard to Black and Brown bodies, shifting one's mindset is no simple undertaking. Read more...

 
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