Education mediation is increasingly recommended to ameliorate the rising tide of violence in today's schools. Weekly and sometimes even daily conflict management takes up an increasing amount of educators' time, making further mediation an ever more desirable method of conflict management. It requires the involvement of a neutral third person, called the mediation attorney, who helps the disputants resolve their problem through compromise and with the given consent of all parties involved. It is a uniquely risk-free way for parties to settle their disputes, and in a way, that accrues no ill-will for the staff and management of the school.
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