Can Restorative Justice Break the School-to- Prison Pipeline?

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Jesus Ibn El was teased incessantly as a youngster. He now works at Berkley's Resolution Center. Photo by Spencer Whitney/SF Chronicle

A California program aimed at keeping young people on track before they become hopelessly mired in the criminal justice system could be a cornerstone for a state already making long-overdue efforts to reduce its prison population . . .

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