Joining efforts to prevent school violence

Rodríguez, Inda M.
October 2009
Caribbean Business;10/15/2009, Vol. 37 Issue 41, p49
The article reports on the "Arm yourself with courage, speak up" public-service campaign sponsored by Centennial de Puerto Rico in Puerto Rico. It states that the campaign is part of the group's effort to prevent violence and weapon-related incidents at schools. Also presented are the program's main components.


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