Ideas for getting guns and violence out of public schools--a roundup

February 1995
Curriculum Review;Feb95, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p9
Describes several school districts's efforts to reduce violence in their campuses, according to a report in the `Catalyst' magazine. Buffalo Public Schools comprehensive violence prevention program; Reward for students who will report those who bring weapons in Memphis school campuses; Experimental project in Baltimore, Maryland.


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