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Review of research on ways to attain goal six: Creating safe, disciplined, and drug-free schools.
Making every school in America free of drugs and violence and fostering a disciplined environment conducive to learning by the year 2000 is the aim of the sixth National Education Goal. Schools are far from this goal as violence, drugs, and discipline problems continue to disrupt learning. This report examines several aspects of schools and classrooms, their relationship to the community, and their effect on achieving disciplined schools free of drugs and violence.
Author/Creator: Aleem, D., Moles, O.
Author's address: OERI, Dept. EIB
555 New Jersey Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20208-5641
Notes: For related document, see EA 024 860. Prepared by the Goal 6 Taskforce./ Government Level: Federal
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