Unformatted text preview: reduce delinquent behavior. I would agree with the article in that the program has good intentions, but is unable to do it alone. GREAT is a good back bone for other programs to build off of. I remember going through the GREAT program, and I enjoyed it but I don’t think that many of the students really took it very seriously. I’m sure that it has improved since I went through it, but another question is the program doing enough for the cost of it. Are there ways to improve the program to better our children and our community? Another program that maybe should be combined with the GREAT program would include DARE, although I’m not even sure if that one is used as much as it was years ago. Overall I think these programs are important for a safe community and as a way to keep our schools safe and such....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course SOC 314 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Winona.
- Spring '08