School safety / Noah Berlatsky, book editor.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Kirtland Community College.
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|Kirtland Community College Library||LB 2864.5 .S36 2016||30775305520943||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780737775266
- ISBN: 0737775262
- ISBN: 9780737775273
- ISBN: 0737775270
- Physical Description: 211 pages ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. : Greenhaven Press, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Are schools safe? Schools are safe places / Dewey Cornell ; Public schools are fundamentally unsafe / Rick David ; Bullying means schools are not safe / Kristina Chew ; Bullying in schools is declining / David Finkelhor ; Government plan to stop school shootings : monitor homeschoolers / Selwyn Duke -- Can better gun policy make schools safer? Gun control can prevent school shooting / Matt Bennett ; Gun control won't prevent school shootings / John G. Malcolm and Jennifer A. Marshall ; Gun control legislation cannot pass / Molly Ball ; New York passed gun control legislation following school shooting / Kenneth Lovett ; Better gun safety at home can prevent school shootings / Richard Aborn ; Teaching children gun safety is not effective / Marjorie Sanfilippo -- Can security measures make schools safer? Police in schools make students safer / Steve Adubato ; Armed guards will not make schools safer / Nell Gluckman ; Metal detectors do not make schools safer / Dan Koller ; Zero-tolerance policies can prevent bullying / Jim DuBreuil, Cleopatra Andreadis, and Denise Martinez-Ramundo ; Zero-tolerance policies do not make schools safer / Jacob Kang-Brown et al. -- What is the relationship between health care issues and student safety? Addressing mental illness can reduce school shootings / Rita Price ; Addressing mental illness is not a good way to prevent school shootings / Maria Konnikova ; School bullying is related to mental illness and suicide / National Center for Injury Prevention and Control ; Bullying in schools does not lead to suicide / Kelly McBride ; The Register's editorial : change vaccine law, end religious exemption / Des Moines Register ; Don't eliminate vaccine exemptions / David Ropeik.
"This title in the Opposing Viewpoint series examines the important topic of school safety, asking such questions as: Are schools safe?; Ccan better gun policy make schools safer?; Can security measures make schools safer?; and What is the relationship between health care issues and student safety?"--Publisher's website.
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Across four compelling chapters, readers will evaluate whether schools are safe, whether better gun policies can help, whether security measures make school more safe, and how health care interacts with student safety. Essays are sequenced in a pro versus con format to present readers with divergent views. Essayists include Selwyn Duke, Kristina Chew, Nell Gluckman, Kelly McBride, Cleopatra Andreadis, and Denise Martinez-Ramundo.