Students brainstorm solutions to end school violence

01/13/2013 | Cincinnati Enquirer, The

High-school students in an Ohio district are discussing their ideas for curbing school violence as part of their honors-level English class. While addressing the shooting last month in Newtown, Conn., and elsewhere, students also were developing their critical-thinking and debate skills. As part of the assignment, Alice Lambert's 15 students suggested everything from allowing teachers to keep guns in the classroom to having more exits in school classrooms.

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