Schools resolve conflicts by getting kids to talk things out
Clip: 06/09/2018 | 7m 47s | Video has closed captioning.
Schools across the country are moving away from an era of zero-tolerance policies and shifting toward methods that involve restorative justice, encouraging students to resolve their differences by talking to each other rather than resorting to violence. In New York City, five schools that have implemented this system are already seeing results. NewsHour Weekend's Megan Thompson reports.
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