Addressing Youth Crime By Teaching Social Skills

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Enrolling teens in certain non-academic programs may decrease violent-crime arrests by as much as 44 percent while students are enrolled, according to a new study by the University of Chicago Crime Lab. Researchers analyzed the impact of enrolling 2,740 disadvantaged seventh through 10th grade boys in Becoming A Man (BAM)—Sports Edition, a Chicago program which
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