6712451_School_Violence

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School Violence 1 Running head: SCHOOL VIOLENCE School Violence [Author’s Name] [Institution’s Name]
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School Violence 2 School Violence To date, I have never seen any sort of school violence in my school. The environment of my school is very healthy and such events don’t take place. Yes, many types of conflicts among students do occur but get resolved peacefully by the timely intervention of teachers. In my opinion, schools are not disconnected from the society in which they exist. Curing violence in schools will not stop all the violence in the school environment. On the other hand, reducing violence in society as a whole may not solve the problem of violent youths acting aggressively toward one another. There is a contrast between those who may see schools as the victims of societal violence, and those who may see schools as instruments for decreasing societal and school violence. The national debate is inconclusive in terms of defining the school violence problem and evaluating the merits of various approaches to violence prevention. A solid understanding of how much violence occurs in the schools, and what that violence looks like, is lacking, even though many students, teachers, and parents have expressed their concerns over safety and violence
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course MBA_W MBA-147822 taught by Professor Anne during the Spring '09 term at Windsor.

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