Metal Detectors Not Stopping D.C. School Violence

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Expensive security systems are not the answer to keeping violence away from Washington, D.C.’s high schools, say educators. At Ballou Senior High School, one student was killed and one was wounded in a shooting yesterday outside the cafeteria. The Washington Post says most D.C. high schools have installed metal detectors at the main entrance. But
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