Students Help Bring Down Phila. School Violence

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The Philadelphia School District held a second annual student antiviolence conference last Saturday with more than 1,000 students, parents, and community leaders participating, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. The event featured 30 workshops and panel discussions addressing bullying, truancy and conflict resolution. Half the workshops were facilitated by students. Paul Vallas, the district’s chief executive officer,
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