Addressing the Risk of Violent Behavior in YouthsNew Addressing the Risk of Violent Behavior in Youth: Know the Signs of Youth Violence and How to Identify and Reduce Risk in Schools will help teachers and school personnel identify behaviors and other signs that could result in youth violence. This material is intended as a general guide regarding what is known about risk and protective factors and the warning signs that are associated with a risk of violent behavior.
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