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Teen getting agressive School used to be one of the safest places for teenager to be Parents used to not worry about their kids when they were at school These things are changing in our real life school is not the safest place anymore There is a lot of violence happening almost everyday in schools Some of the violence is deadly such as killing There are many reasons that make teenagers to become very aggressive One of the causes is from the media and the materials they show The violence in school is becoming more talked about since the shooting in Colorado The two teenagers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were the two who committed the mass killing of their schoolmates in high school Many people got killed and injured They were addicted to the violent games Doom and Quake They had their Internet homepage filled with hate speeches Since then there have been many similar tragedies happening through out the country Recently on March 5th 2001 there was a similar case that happened Andy Williams 15 carried a gun to the school and killed 2 schoolmates and hurt 13 people A lot of violence is happening as Rina Goldberg said Teenagers in junior high and high school have been lashing out at their peers and teachers gunning down tens of people injuring and killing them Since 1992 there have been 220 violent deaths on school grounds an average of 37 per year Goldberg I am not that far from the stage of being a teenager and I grew up with a lot of video games and many other media but I really think that the violence in the media that is available for teens should be changed It is a very important issue that everyone can help This is because the teen violence rate has been the highest among other ages since a while ago See the end graph There are many
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