Keeping the PEACE

Pascopella, Angela
January 2004
District Administration;Jan2004, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p58
Presents ways suggested by the National School Safety and Security Services on how to prevent crimes in U.S. schools. Need to balance the school climate, school discipline and mental health programs with crisis preparedness measures; Significance of training teachers and support staff on violence prevention and intervention programs; Areas that should be covered in the violence prevention program. INSET: HOW TO STOP THE SILENCE.


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