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Top Discipline Problems

1950

2010

  • Talking
  • Chewing Gum
  • Making Noise
  • Running in Halls
  • Cutting in Line
  • Improper Clothing
  • Littering
  • Drug/alchohol abuse
  • Gang activity
  • Weapons in school
  • Absenteeism
  • Vandalism
  • Assault
  • Teen pregnancy

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Mike Knox | The Gang Guy

Mike Knox - Gang Expert

Demystifying gang culture

  • Why are youth so often attracted to gangs?
  • What’s the role of graffiti in gang life?
  • Why is denial such a big hurdle in dealing with gang issues?
  • Once in a gang, is it possible to get out?
  • Can gang violence be explained, understood and combated?
  • What are the three big promises gangs make to young people,
        and how can adults prove them to be lies?

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Mike Knox is a recognized international expert on gangs and travels throughout the United States and Canada. He is the author of the book, Gangsta in the House: Understanding Gang Culture - winner of the 2001 National Gang Crime Research Center - Thrasher Award. Mr. Knox consults with state and local officials regarding public policy, state law, and city ordinances related to gang and youth violence.

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