TITLE

Point: School Violence Can be Stopped by the Use of Progressive Discipline

AUTHOR(S)
Renneboog, Richard
PUB. DATE
March 2017
SOURCE
Canadian Points of View: School Violence;2017, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents an argument for addressing the causes of school violence. The author argues the use of progressive discipline methods will reduce violent incidents in Canadian schools. The zero tolerance policy regarding violent behaviour is discussed. Particular focus is given to progressive discipline approaches and guidelines. Education programs focused on bullying are also examined. It is the author's opinion that parental responsibility is required in addressing school violence.
ACCESSION #
28675079

 

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