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Are Our Schools Safe? Teaching Tolerance and Conflict Resolution. Chair and Joyce D. Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Division of Child Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado This page intentionally left blank Preface I n the United States, acts of violence have been decreasing among adults but increasing among children and adolescents, particularly in schools.
Acts of violence include vandalism, physical and sexual assault, rape, bodily injury, and homicide. In a typical middle-sized city, 30—50 cases of school violence are reported daily, and in half of these cases guns are involved.
Each year in the United States, more than 30, people die from gunshot wounds. Between 4, and 5, of these deaths occur in children and adolescents age 19 years and younger.
Two-thirds of these deaths are homicides and one-third are suicides. The chance of a student dying a violent death in an American high school is five times higher than in other developed, industrialized countries. In Japan, for instance, with half the population of the United States, the annual death rate by guns for all ages is persons or fewer per year.
Every day in the United States, 12—13 children and adolescents die a violent death either from homicide or from suicide. In addition, thousands of physical injuries occur from gunshot wounds.
The spread of endemic school violence from urban centers to suburban and smaller communities has brought this major public health problem to national attention. The incidence of school shootings across the country—in Pearl, Mississippi; Paducah, Kentucky; Springfield, Oregon; Jonesboro, Arkansas; Littleton, Colorado; Conyers, Georgia; and Fort Gibson, Oklahoma—has awakened the nation to the endemic nature of violence in our society, our communities, our schools, and our homes.
Educators and health and mental health professionals need to take a more proactive role in understanding, dealing with, and preventing school violence. Assessment, Management, Prevention is an examination by leading clinicians, researchers, school counselors, and legal authorities with special interest or experience in the area of youth violence, particularly violence in a school setting.
This book comprises four parts. He discusses the multiple factors involved in creating a violent child and a school setting prone to violence. Fisher also reports a significant increase in gangs in schools and in the availability of guns. Similarities between violent youths and suicidal youths are a point of focus.
Pynoos, Preface xvii M. They discuss the in-depth measures taken to decrease the traumatic effect of these violent acts on children and adolescents and their families, their educators, and the community at large.
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