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Building and Sustaining Effective Prevention Practices
Building and sustaining effective prevention practices

As school administrators, teachers, and educational researchers know all too well, violence in schools threatens the establishment of learning environments that are conducive to student success. Incidents of disrespect, noncompliance, bullying, and verbal harassment and acts of extreme physical violence result in schools where learning becomes secondary to issues of personal safety, and students, their parents, and their communities are adversely affected. Although evidence suggests that between 1992 and 2005, public school safety improved (Dinkes, Cataldi, Kena, & Baum, ...

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