Counterpoint: Community Involvement is Needed to Stem School Violence

Hughes, Kylie Grimshaw
December 2019
Australia Points of View: School Violence;12/30/2019, p3
The article presents an argument against greater punishments for school violence. It is the author's opinion that community involvement and focus on the social factors contributing to school violence will provide greater results. Causes of school violence and bullying, the effect of restorative justice programs, and the effects of school violence on students are discussed.


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