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Here are highlights from four school violence prevention projects created, led and delivered by FCCLA youth during the 2013-2014 school year.
This should be addressed on multiple levels, and dedicated school violence prevention programs are one way to begin to address the issue of violence within schools and society.
Love Our Children USA teaches effective parenting solutions and fosters kid success by creating valuable programs that empower positive changes in parenting and family attitudes, bullying and cyberbullying prevention, Internet safety and school violence prevention through public education.
BK4K's video, `Not My Friends, Not My School," premiered at a major school violence prevention conference in Albuquerque, N.
3) Seventy-five percent of respondents believed that school police officers offer the most effective school violence prevention program.
Effective school violence prevention has to affect the complete social systemic gestalt of the school (Nims, 2000), including both written policies and procedures, and the unspoken and unwritten norms regarding values, beliefs, and the behaviors of individuals within the school.
Shaughnessy, who has conducted school violence prevention workshops for the past three years, has warned that Catholics schools are not immune to the violence occurring in American public schools.
Using tobacco settlement funds, the Kansas Legislature re-authorized the project at the same level in 2000 and renamed it as a part of the broader School Violence Prevention Project, which also includes a state--wide school violence hotline.