what we’re doing to stop the violence
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DESCRIPTIONA brief overview of what has happened of the years and what we can do to help stop the violence and spread the love in our schools.
- 1. What Were doing to stop the violence
2. Violence in schools has decreased rapidly since the early 1990s
Contrary to public perception, violent crime in schools has declined dramatically since 1994.
The annual rate of serious violent crime in 2005 (5 per 1,000 students)
These data are victim reports collected as part of the National Crime Victimization Survey and arenot derived from school records.
3. School violence in the u.s.
There has been numerous attacks on high schools and colleges over the years.
Attacks such as the violent shooting at the University of Texas at Austin, Columbine High School in Colorado, or the more recent one, the brutal shooting at Virginia Tech.
4. Reasons why school violence occurs.
Gang related violence
Drug related violence
5. All of these massacres could have been prevented..
Charles Whitman killed 14 people at the University of Texas at Austin.
The killer of 33 college students at Virginia Tech.
The shooters in the 1999 took their own lives after murdering 12 classmates and 1 teacher.
6. 7. Whats being done to stop the violence?
Projects in all 50 states are doing something to prevent students from using violence as a way of giving back to people who have lost loved ones in tragic shootings, gang fights, etc.
Administrators all over are watching closer to the details at their schools to make sure nothing like these massacres happens again.
8. Stop the violence
It is necessary for the schools in the United States to take more action in order to keep the students safe during the day. It is obvious that schools are not safe, forcing everyone to take a part in stopping the violent behavior which takes place in schools on a daily basis. There are many warning signs and ways to prevent this violence from taking place, it is just a matter of using money more wisely and creating more programs for preventing violence before it erupts in schools. There is no excuse for students to feel unsafe in an environment which the government forces them to be in. It is necessary that more action take place and that more training take place in order for schools to be safer, and in the event where violence does occur, the staff of the school is equipped to stop it before it gets out of hand. There is no time like now to keep the children and our schools safe from predators and especially from school violence.
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