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Teen Violence has become an appalling problem in the US today Statistics show that teen homicides have gone up 300 in the last 30 years Suicide rate for 15 to 19 years olds has tripled to 10 per 100000 in the past 30 years Firearm death rate for 15 to 19 years olds has gone up 43 between 1984 to 1988 What seems to be our problem Volcanic anger due to kids constantly picking on each other Maybe teens just dont have any skills to vent the anger Could it be that there are no trusted adults to turn to Possibly the easy access to firearms The results of these issues are dead and wounded students faculty and staff at schools in all parts of our nationIn school violence is just one of the many branches of teen violence but it is one of the most important and most prevalent at this time At any rate it is unwarranted intolerable and needs to be stopped If present trends continue American schools colleges and universities will be increasingly unsafe More resources will have to be allocated to campus security and crime prevention The editors 6 Contrary to what many people may think the most extreme forms of violence are rare The most important issue here is that students need a safe place to learn and teachers and staff need a safe working environment Personal security may become a major factor when students especially women students select their college Minor issues or daily pressures are what causes kids to snap This violence may eventually cause kids to be scared away from school programs like after school activities and may also cause students to leave in fear every day Who exactly is to blame for this out-lashing Some say teachers are the problem They say that teachers put to much pressure on students and some times even pick on students Could this be Are teachers too hard on
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