Preventing Youth Violence in Urban Schools: An Essay Collection. Urban Diversity Series No. 107.

@inproceedings{Schwartz1996PreventingYV,
  title={Preventing Youth Violence in Urban Schools: An Essay Collection. Urban Diversity Series No. 107.},
  author={Wendy Schwartz},
  year={1996}
}
The three essays of this collection explore the prevention of violence in urban schools. The first, "Preventing Violence in Schools," by Mary Hatwood Futrell and Lee Etta Powell, focuses on how to prevent violence in schools and offers recommendations on what schools and communities can do. The factors contributing to school violence are numerous, complex, and mostly community-related. A number of strategies are available for addressing the problem from a classroom or schoolwide perspective… CONTINUE READING

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