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How Schools Should Respond to a Student’s Threats

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Published on Jan 9, 2018

School shootings have led teachers and administrators to rethink their actions when a student makes a threat. The goal is to not overreact or underreact. Knowing how to respond and what actions to take are key to preventing violence at school. Dewey Cornell, a professor of education at the University of Virginia, has been studying school violence for decades and has developed guidelines for schools to follow.

The Virginia Student Threat Assessment Guidelines:
https://curry.virginia.edu/faculty-re...

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