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University of Virginia Experts on School Violence

University of Virginia professors Dewey Cornell and Peter Sheras, both clinical psychologists in the Curry School of Education and experts on violence and school safety, can help to put into perspective recent violent events in schools across the country and reactions to them.

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Experts Available to Discuss Recent Spate of U.S. School Shootings

Three school shootings across the country in less than a week have put parents on edge and officials on alert as America again grapples with classroom tragedies. West Virginia University has two experts available who can discuss the situation, from public safety aspects to the psychology of those who wield guns in anger.

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Experts Available on Bereavement and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Regarding School Shootings

Teachers College, Columbia University, offers two experts whose work includes the study of bereavement in parents who lose children to a traumatic death, resilience of people who have experienced life trauma, and post-traumatic stress disorder in children.

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Experts Available to Comment on School Shootings

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Two experts on school violence and aggression are available to offer commentary on school shootings in Lancaster County, Pa., Wisconsin and Colorado and the school lockdowns in response to a gunman at two Las Vegas schools.

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School Violence Prevention Experts Available for Comment

The University of Oregon College of Education Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior is a nationally consulted center dealing with prevention of violence. Jeff Sprague and Tom Dishion have consulted with school districts in the United States and internationally.Sprague is also an expert on constructing safe school buildings.

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Reforms to Licensed Gun Dealer Sales Practices Reduce Supply of New Guns to Criminals

Reforms to the sales practices of a licensed gun store"”which prior to May 1999, sold more than half of the guns recovered from criminals in Milwaukee"”resulted in a 44 percent decrease in the flow of new guns to criminals in the city, according to a new study from researchers with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Center for Gun Policy and Research.

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School Violence-Prevention Programs Improve Behavior of At-Risk Students

School-based programs can curb aggressive behaviors in students, according to a new systematic review. Moreover, troubled youth can be helped throughout their student years. "The improvements can be achieved in both primary and secondary school age groups," says the report.

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Book Provides Lesson Plans Focusing on Bullying

A University of North Texas associate professor of counseling has written a new book that provides lesson plans that school counselors and teachers can use to increase the self esteem of students who are bullied and help them work through their anger at being bullied.

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Seven Years After Columbine, States Continue To Push For Anti-Bullying Legislation

Seven years after two teenage gunmen killed 13 people at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., on April 20, 1999, states across the country are continuing their efforts to stop and prevent bullying. The massacre ignited a national discussion on the devastating effects of bullying and how to prevent it.

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How Schools Can Safely Deal with Student Threats of Violence

With the Red Lake High School shooting this past spring having left 12 wounded and 10 dead, including the student-shooter, school administrators across the nation may be starting a new school year concerned about the potential for students to threaten and carry out acts of violence.

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Stop Explaining 'Why' When Teens Kill; Instead Reach Out

The labels put on youths who commit violent crimes not only prevent society from understanding their behavior, but also act as a barrier to solving the problem, says a sociologist. We're trying to solve the problem by protecting them or punishing them without actually engaging with teen-agers because we are scared.

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Experts Available to Respond to Questions on School Violence

Teachers College, Columbia University experts are available to respond to questions regarding school violence, in light of the recent school shootings in Minnesota.

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School Violence: Not if but When, Says Education Expert

Central Michigan University faculty member Rena Richtig says the recent shootings at a northern Minnesota Indian reservation are a warning to communities that despite security measures that have been instituted at schools across the country, it is not "if" but "when" that must be remembered.

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In Wake of Minnesota Shootings, Experts Can Discuss School Violence

Following are four Purdue University experts who can talk about school and youth violence in the aftermath of the Minnesota killing rampage Monday (3/2). Topics they can discuss include possible prevention, school safety, youth violence and bullying.

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Experts Can Talk About Youth Violence

Experts can talk about topics related to youth violence. April 20 marks the 5th anniversary of one of the deadliest school shootings in US history. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, students at Columbine High School, killed 12 fellow students and a teacher before killing themselves.

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Study Sheds Light on Reasons Behind Teenage Gun Use

In a new study of African-American youths at risk of dropping out of school, nearly one out of five students reported that they had carried a gun at some point during their high school years "“ one in six did so only occasionally, while one in 20 carried a gun regularly.







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