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Response to Motownman78 (Original post)

Sun Feb 25, 2018, 11:16 PM

9. It might be because of the high dropout rates

It seems to be normalized that when things get tough the kids just stop going and become dropouts.

There is a significant amount of violence but it seems to be on the streets and gang-related than the "lone wolf shoots as many as possible then kills himself when the cops show up" kind.

I know at my kid's school (middle school) the place is locked up one school starts.

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