Crime concerns prevail in many schools: new survey

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http://www.publicagenda.org http://www.washtimes.com/national/20030425-283682.htm Unruly students and violence in public schools are more of a worry for teachers and youth across the country than are demands for rigorous academic standards and achievement, says a new study by an organization called Public Agenda. Nearly half of teachers surveyed by the group said they spend most of their time trying to keep order in the classroom, reported the Washington Times. In Public Agenda's "Reality . . .

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