Articles related to school violence
School Violence - Violence in Education
As teachers, parents and students prepare and begin this new school year, hopefully fears of school violence such as the Columbine shootings will not be their ...
School Violence - Combatting School Violence - Secondary Education
School violence is of major concern to individuals throughout the nation. The school violence debate rages on to find a solution to situations such as Columbine.
School Violence - Ways to Prevent School Violence
School violence is a concern for many new and veteran teachers. One factor that was revealed in the Columbine massacre along with other events of school ...
Pros and Cons of School Uniforms - Secondary Education - About.com
Add to this the fears of school violence and student safety, and you can see why many school boards are calling for school uniforms. In this article we will look at ...
Characteristics of Violent Students
If there was a student in your school planning a Columbine-type attack, how would you ... characteristics to look for in people who explode into school violence?
Smaller Schools - A Safer Alternative - Schools and Violence
Mike Klonsky and other small school experts claim that small schools are safer. Read about it here.
Conflict Resolution Training Found to Curb School Violence
WASHINGTON--Although extreme acts of violence, such as school shootings, seem to be common in schools recently, it is actually less extreme acts such as ...
Preventing School Violence - Post Traumatic Stress - About.com
Jan 1, 2014 ... The tragedy at Columbine High School brought to light the importance of identifying risk factors for youth violence (such as a history of ...
School Violence and Social Anxiety Disorder
Jun 2, 2014 ... Blog posts discussing school shootings and common personality characteristics of the ... Blog Posts About Violence in Schools and SAD.
School Violence: A Problem or Not? - Private Schools
Is school violence really a problem or is the whole thing just a lot of media hype? Two scholars writing in Self-help and Psychology Magazine think the matter is ...