School shootings : how can we stop them? / edited by the New York Times editorial staff
Book | The New York Times Educational Publishing | 2019
Available at WCTC Social Issues Collection (LB3013.3 S366 2019)

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224 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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Note
Includes glossary and index
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-221) and index.
Contents
The university as battleground -- Columbine: the modern school shooting era -- Sandy Hook: redefining the possibilities of violence -- Parkland: new tragedy, new politics -- The future: student action shaping the debate.
Summary
"In this collection of articles, readers will encounter the best of The New York Times's reporting on school shootings, including a survey of the history of school shootings in the United States and reflections on why they've become a political hot-button topic. Through these pieces, readers are exposed to the many sides of the debate that rages against a backdrop of senseless violence against young people and educators."-- From publisher's description.
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ISBN
1642820407
9781642820409
9781642820393
1642820393
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