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School Violence by Glecina Bethea Soc 233
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Definition Anything that someone does to hurt another person at school can be called school violence. The person's body or feelings could be hurt. Usually when you hear about school violence on the news, people are talking about things like guns or shootings at school, but school violence also means teasing, bullying , or fighting on the playground.
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Programs Making a Difference Code of Conduct Zero Tolerance Policy Victim Bill of Rights Saturday Morning Alternative Reach and Teach (SMART) Program Parent Truancy Officers (PTO) Parent Support Hotline
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Statistics School grade percentages
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New Programs Parent Patrols Safe Corridors Behavior
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Unformatted text preview: Management Training • Alternative Disciplinary School Fixing Persistently Dangerous Schools • The District required each of the schools labeled as Persistently Dangerous by the state to prepare a detailed Corrective Action Plan addressing and eliminating the occurrence of serious incidents. These plans include the reallocation and retraining of staff and resources to better address safety. Conclusion • The growing problem of violence in schools in the United States has become a cause for concern in the twenty-first century. Part of the reason, some believe, is that schools do no pay attention to those students that seem to have a problem....
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