Latest School violence Stories
Edu-Safe's Judy Brunner and Dennis Lewis note Columbine wasn't the first and probably won't be the last school tragedy resulting from violence.
DENVER, March 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Members of the Columbine community, including parents and former students who lived through the deadly 1999 high school shooting, joined educators and first responders from across Colorado on Friday to share their stories of turning recovery into renewal, and renewal into community growth. The gathering, "Colorado Rising: The Future of School Safety," was organized by School Safety Partners and represented for many a new purpose for Columbine...
By Harold McNeil Jean Alberti, an expert on child psychology and behavior, has taken a keen interest in allegations of hazing by three former baseball players from Wilson High School in Niagara County.
By NICHOLS, Lane TEACHERS want more pay for staff who work in problem schools, and also want colleges to be secretly classified by the number of violent, disruptive or anti-social pupils on their rolls.
A Ministry of Education report trumpeting a fall in school suspensions has overlooked a 37 per cent surge in primary school disciplinary actions.
SCOTLAND'S schools are being gripped by escalating violence by pupils and soaring numbers of exclusions, according to the latest figures. The number of pupils excluded for physical assaults rose by 14 per cent to more than 7,300 in the past year.
By Conoley, Jane Close Lawrence King (15 years old) was shot twice in his head on February 12, 2008, by a 14-year-old classmate at E. O. Green Junior High School in Oxnard, California.
By Nickerson, Amanda B Martens, Matthew P Abstract. This study examined the extent to which three approaches to violence prevention and response were associated with the incidence of school crime and disruption after accounting for the influence of demographic variables.
By NICHOLS, Lane AN ESCALATION of physical violence and emotional bullying in schools has sparked a major investigation by the children's commissioner amid increasing concerns about pupil safety.
By Madelyn Pennino State police Commissioner Jeffrey Miller told a group of about 50 educators Monday that preventing school violence starts with being prepared. Miller spoke at Millersville University as part of the school's two-day conference on school violence.