Latest School violence Stories

2007-04-19 06:00:35

By Lane, Kathleen Lynne; Wehby, Joseph H; Robertson, E Jemma; Rogers, Leslie Ann In this article, the authors examined (a) the accuracy of teacher nominations in identifying (N = 178) high school students with externalizing, internalizing, comorbid, and typical behavior patterns, as well as students who were receiving special education services for high-incidence disabilities, (b) the level of treatment fidelity and access to reinforcement for the different student groups, and (c) the...

2005-07-11 07:44:26

By Jon Herskovitz and Kim Yoo-chul SEOUL (Reuters) - The old problem of school bullying has taken a modern twist in South Korea, where gangs use the latest communications technology and form mini-crime syndicates that combine gangs from several schools. With names such as the "Seoul Association," the syndicates, recently the target of a clampdown, linked bullying gang members from several schools in the capital Seoul to carry out extortion, assault, robbery and prostitution. South Korea's...

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