Family group conferencing

Taylor, Bruce R.; Kummery, Glenn
September 1996
Educational Leadership;Sep96, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p44
Reports on an approach in which juvenile delinquents get real healing when they face others affected by their misbehavior. Use of Family Group Conference for addressing incidents of misconduct and violence; Training of teachers at the Community Service Foundation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Opportunity for offenders to make amends.


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