The article offers information on the evolution, development, and role for peer mediation programs (PMPs) in K-12 education (kindergarden-12th class education), which acts as a dispute resolution tool that provides training to students assisting in mediation of conflicts in their schools in the U.S. It examines the effectiveness of the PMPs' for training students related to achievement of educators' goal to derive safety in the U.S. schools.
Today's Children, Tomorrow's Protectors: Purpose and Process for Peer Mediation in K-12 Education,
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