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To cut down on student suspensions and expulsions, two Santa Rosa schools have introduced restorative justice programs as an alternative.
Today, part 1 of a short series from Capital Public Radio News about how various sectors of the California economy have fared in 2014.
Santa Rosa City Schools are experimenting with restorative justice, as a disciplinary alternative to widespread suspensions.
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