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SHOOTINGS IN THE US SCHOOLS How do we stop the violence in the US schools Where is it all beginning The society has brought us from fistfights to gunfights all in the last decade and is that where we want our society to be Violence in the US schools is on the rise and if anyone is going to stop it I think it has to be us we are the future and either it can get better or worse I believe a huge cause for violence is the high school stereotypes whether it be the jocks preps skaters or nerds In high school people are stereotyped whether they choose to be or not When for say the jocks are degrading the nerds it hurts and all the hurt and anger builds up inside People come from all types of backgrounds and they are molded into the person they are by their surroundings Sometimes people havent had the support and understanding to know right from wrong The problem I think that is happening is that too many children arent being brought up either receiving or showing love and when children are hurt so many times they begin to build walls to prevent them from being hurt or having to feel anymore pain Teens tend to take these extreme measures to get attention and let somebody anybody know that they are there and to get some kind of response There is no way to pinpoint one exact cause for all the people choosing to release their anger by using a gun but I believe that if parents and adult figures would present themselves in a role model like manner we wouldnt have all the violence A recent national survey by Louis Harris and Associates found that 1 in 8 youths reported having carried a weapon for protection while 1 in 9 chose to cut class because of their fear of crime News polls
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