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School Violence: Early Warning, Timely Response

Research-based practices can help school communities (administrators, teachers, families, students, support staff and community members) recognize the early warning signs of violence so children can get the help they need before it is too late. This workshop presents a brief summary of the research on violence prevention, intervention and crisis response in the schools. The instructor will identify specific signs that could lead to violence in a child. The instructor will discuss strategies that will help to prevent violence that could occur in the school, community or home. Target Audience: Public and Private Employees, Parents   

Code:14-111100D
Dates:July 23-24, 2013    Check for other dates
Meets:Tu and W from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, 2 sessions Session Calendar
Hours:6.00
Location:Philip Sheridan 122
Instructor:Jody Kasprzyk
Fee:$60.00    

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