In recent years, school administrators have used a variety of new products, programs, and controls to make schools safer. Metal detectors. Anti-bullying lessons. Zero-tolerance policies. And, good news, statistics indicate an overall decline in reported school crime. But even with these measures and crime stats down, is school still viewed as a potentially troubling place these days? What else can be done to help people feel more secure about safety in school?
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