Most schools spend too much time focusing on how they can use security technologies and not enough time addressing the real problems that cause aggression and violence among students, a report says.
The report—released by SERAPH.net, a King of Prussia, Pa.-based consulting and training firm—bases its findings on more than 1,500 teacher and administrator interviews as well as research studies. It also found that most of the teachers and administrators interviewed believe that most parents lack the maturity to address their children’s behavioral problems.
Vol. 24, Issue 38, Page 9Published in Print: May 25, 2005, as Student Safety