District high school students talk about safey policies

    If you’re not causing trouble in school and you’re not the target of bullying attacks, what’s it like to pass through metal detectors on your way into class everyday?

    Continuing its series on School District of Philadelphia dropouts, the Notebook talked to students about how they got caught up in their schools’ culture of violence and what they think needs to be done to change it.

    The answer focuses on prevention not penalties.

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