Violence prevention and preparation in three Minnesota schools
The guiding question addressed in this project is, What are some methods that Minnesota schools are using to create a safe learning environment for students and staff? The choice to pursue this topic was precipitated by the author's firsthand experience with the effects of gun violence in a Minnesota school. The subject of school violence is explored, including its causes, effects, and prevalence in U.S. schools. From the work of several researchers and organizations, a list of best practice methods for preventing and preparing for school violence is constructed. Through a collective case study, the methods of three Minnesota schools are evaluated and lend to a broader picture of what improvements should be made in preventing and preparing for violence in schools.
Thiebeault, Arielle L., "Violence prevention and preparation in three Minnesota schools" (2013). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 967.
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