Improving violence in schools helps 485 million children

March 2012
Education (14637073);3/2/2012, Issue 459, p5
The article discusses a school violence report written by Plan, a children's rights non-governmental organization, detailing the number of children that are benefiting from laws that prevent corporal punishment, sexual violence, and bullying in schools.


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