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All we lack is the will- the will to see that the greatest threat is not change but our continued resistance to it These words expressed by the late Senator Edward Kennedy display perfectly how our society is reluctant to change when a change is needed Any change or variation be it in education personal attitudes or traditions can be difficult to achieve One specific area of our society that is disinclined to change is the social unrest that plagues public schools The results of this unrest come in the forms of emotional instability for students that may or may not lead to murder Social unrest is happening in all schools across the United States We hear about it on the news We read about it in newspapers and in magazines But what exactly are we hearing and reading about it We are witnessing the results of this constant social unrest in schools What are these results Homicide and suicide What scares most people and even myself is that this could happen at any time any place Even Little Falls New York All too often seemingly normal everyday students are violently venting their anger on their fellow classmates They take the lives of other students their own and leave in the wake of their madness emotional trauma for those who witness it The real question is however why are they so angry The answer to this lies in school hallways and cafeterias Students in high school and even middle school are bullied by other students mainly your typical jock to the point where they simply cannot stand to go to school and be picked on So what do they do They come to school armed with automatic weapons sawed off shotguns and knives ready to take matters into their own hands This has happened all too often and is becoming a part of our everyday life In most cases the students who decide
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