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School Violence, Bullying Declines in NJ Schools

New Jersey's state Department of Education says there were fewer cases of violence, vandalism and drug use in schools last year.

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Obama Says Gun Violence Killing Too Many Children

President Barack Obama says that every four months, his hometown of Chicago suffers the loss of as many children as were killed in the Connecticut elementary school shooting.

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First Funerals Held For Victims Of CT Elementary School Massacre
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NJ Parents Worried After Connecticut School Massacre

In the wake of the Connecticut school shooting at the end of last week, Garden State parents are voicing concerns about school safety in New Jersey.

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Crime at US Public Schools on the Decline

Crimes and homicides at the nation's public school have declined, part of a downward trend seen over the past several years.

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NJ Says Camden Schools Underreported Violence

New Jersey's Education Department says Camden school officials have been underreporting violence in the schools.

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Report: Violent Incidents on Rise in NJ Schools

New Jersey schools grew more dangerous last year, with steadily increasing reports of violence in districts across the state.

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