School Violence

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School Violence Victoria Griffin Fayetteville State University The Importance to Be Aware Of School Violence in Education Today By Victoria Griffin December 1, 2014 Abstract: The importance of knowing about school violence, the cause of school violence, forms of school violence and they ways teacher can prevent school violence was observed. A recent act of school violence is announced and the content of why it is important for teachers to be aware of school violence. School violence is a very serious issue to address many young adolescents are become victims of school violence which results in lower educational opportunities for some student’s. In this paper I have research statistics amongst school violence and the…show more content…
Another factor that I did not consider before researching this paper is the need to stimulate a child. Stimulation means to rouse action or effort in a child, schools and teachers who provide inadequate learning opportunities are one of the biggest contributors to disruption in preventing school violence. A student can be easily distracted if they are not being encourage and stimulated enough to focus on learning. You may ask yourself what role does nutrition has to play in school violence? Truth is nutritional intake plays a vital role in a child’s growth and development lack of proper nutrition can interfere with maturation of your child’s brain and body. Students who are malnourished are at a disadvantage when it comes to cognitive development and physical development because their brains and bodies don’t have the nutrition they need to grow. “ Socioeconomic status (SES) is an economic and sociological combined total measure of a person’s work experience and of and individual’s or family’s economic and social position in relation to others, based on income, education, and occupation” (Ryan, Copper, 57). Low-income communities lack the financial support from the community children who attend these schools and these districts might not get enough nutrition or

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