REVIEW: 'Lockdown High:' When the Schoolhouse Becomes a JailhouseQuicklink submitted by Sheila Dean Permalink
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|'School violence has fallen steadlily for twenty years. Yet in schools throughout the United States, [author] Annette Fuentes finds metal detectors and drug tests for aspirin, police profiling of students with no records, arbitrary expulsions, armed teachers, increased policing, and all-seeing electronic surveillance.' 'Lockdown High,' released by Verso (2011), makes highly recommended reading at a time where extreme polices are being evaluated along with moderate approaches in light of the Newtown, CT school shootings.|
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