Kids sound off about violence

December 1996
Curriculum Review;Dec96, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p5
Presents views of several teenagers on how communities and schools can improve the lives of children and keep them safe, in a roundtable discussion organized by the Chicago Crime Commission. Greatest fear facing young people; Who is most at risk; Limitations of crime on one's freedom; How schools can help young people find alternatives to crime.


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