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Kids Killing Kids : Managing Violence and Gangs in Schools
Capozzoli, Thomas K & R Steve McVey
St Lucie / CRC Press / Softcover / 1999-12-01 / 157444283X
Violence / School-Oriented
price: $172.95 (may be subject to change)
155 pages
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Gives teachers, parents, and administrators specific crisis management plans to follow Covers what to look for in potentially violent students Discusses proactive procedures and crisis management plans to reduce and prevent school violence Presents the history of gangs, their characteristics, language, hand signals, and graffiti Explores how to keep gangs from starting or growing in the school population, and how to inhibit future problems with gang violence
Littleton, Colorado. Conyers, Georgia. Pearl, Mississippi. Jonesboro, Arkansas. Springfield, Oregon. In the aftermath of the latest incidences of school violence, Kids Killing Kids: Managing Violence and Gangs in Schools tackles the tough questions: How do we find out which students are potentially violent? What do we do with them? Is there an epidemic of children whose psychological problems go undetected until they erupt in violence? Are the parents really responsible?
Parents, administrators, fellow students, the media: we all look for someone to blame. Kids who look or act different fall under suspicion. The cry goes out for more gun control, less violence in television, movies and video games. President Clinton calls a conference to address violence in the media.
Add gangs to this mix and the situation becomes explosive. A factor in inner-city schools for years, new evidence suggests that gangs are now recruiting new members from suburban schools. Violence from conflicts between rival gangs adds to the already volatile atmosphere in schools.
While not all violence can be anticipated, there is no substitute for being proactive. Kids Killing Kids: Managing Violence and Gangs in Schools serves as a guide for detection, intervention, and prevention - providing solutions for our schools

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