8 Juv. Just. 1 (2001)

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Volume VIII * Number 1                                              June 2001

FEATURES

School  Violence: An  Overview
by Margaret Small and Kellie Dressler Tetrick             ............................. 3
Although  schools have been quite successful in keeping students and staff safe from
harm, schools still face serious challenges. It is necessary to understand the nature of
these challenges if we are to devise effective strategies to prevent school violence
and promote school safety.

Creating  Safe Schools: A  Comprehensive   Approach
by Ira Pollack and Carlos Sundermann                    .............3...........13
Schools that understand the complexity of youth violence and the activities needed
to prevent it are developing comprehensive safe school plans that require collabora-
tion with the community. Schools that engage in such planning and implement
their plans effectively are more likely to foster safe environments for their students
and teachers.

Conflict Resolution  Education:  Preparing Youth  for the Future
by Donna K. Crawford and Richard ]. Bodine ............         ................ 21
Physical aggression and intimidation are often a youth's first response to conflict.
Conflict resolution education can contribute to making schools safer and preparing
students to participate in society.


IN BRIEF

Justice Matters
   School Violence Resources..................................... 30

Publications
   The  Appropriate and Effective Use of Security Technologies in
   U.S. Schools ............              ...................................32
   Federal Activities Addressing Violence in Schools............ ................ 32
   Indicators of School Crime and Safety, 2000 ...............    ......... 33
   2000 Annual  Report on School Safety ..  ............................. 33
   Safeguarding Our Children: An Action Guide ...........        ............ 34

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