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Throughout the country in each and every school there are cliques the development of cliques is inevitable While some cliques deliberately exclude people most cliques include a group of friends who are very close As a result the people who are left out of a clique feel lonely and angry Many outsiders are taunting them every day which only makes them angrier Eventually these people snap and take their anger out innocent people The Columbine shooting proves that To prevent this the high schools need to establish rules though not to the extreme The two killers of Columbine High School were excluding from almost all groups Anger built up in them and they took action As a result almost all high schools decided to enforce the zero tolerance for crime For example one high school expelled a boy because he wrote a story about a boy who went on a rampage in literature class This course of action was too extreme The high school should have take in consideration whether the boy was a problem student before expelling him There is really no way you can prevent cliques just like there is no way you can force a child to be friends with another child However there are ways to diminish their destructiveness Schools should require that everyone has to be included in a school extra curricular activity like sports drama or newspaper A school can develop new extra curricular activities pertaining to what the students want Teachers should also give group assignments or projects and pre-arrange the partners for everyone These are just some ways to get the kids on the fringe feel a part of a group One other problem even bigger than cliques is the students part of the in cliques taunt or make fun of the other students who are not in their group The school should have a rule that if
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