School Violence in New Zealand: An Overview

Mather, Zane
December 2018
New Zealand Points of View: School Violence in New Zealand;12/1/2018, p1
General information regarding school violence in New Zealand is presented. A brief history of school violence is presented which discusses corporal punishment, the rise in bullying, and the threat posed by gangs. Educational policies and programmes to prevent bullying are examined and social issues contributing to violence in schools are explored.


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