McLane High School was among the first in the Fresno Unified School District to try restorative practices in an effort to curb out-of-class discipline. But teachers there say the programs have led to out-of-control classrooms.
McLane High School was among the first in the Fresno Unified School District to try restorative practices in an effort to curb out-of-class discipline. But teachers there say the programs have led to out-of-control classrooms. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
McLane High School was among the first in the Fresno Unified School District to try restorative practices in an effort to curb out-of-class discipline. But teachers there say the programs have led to out-of-control classrooms. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

Restorative justice? Teachers say McLane High classrooms are spiraling out of control

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