Should schools and buildings be torn down after mass shootings? Columbine looks to others as it struggles with trespassers
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Half of Americans blame students being bullied a great deal for school shootings. Roughly a third say the same of the internet and television, music and video games.
While the anonymous tip program has come into its own as part of the AG’s office, it also faces a statistically small but troubling problem -- kids who use it to target other kids
A fight on a school bus, a knife in a backpack, suicide tips from Safe2Tell: The post-Columbine world of school safety runs 24/7
“We save lives on a daily basis,” said Ellen Kelty, Denver Public Schools director of student equity and opportunity