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 \\ Chris Knnoester and Dana L. Haynie, “Community Context, Social Integration into Family, and Youth Violence,​” //Journal of Marriage and Family// 67, No 3. (August 2005): 767-780.)) especially to violent delinquency.((D. Wayne Osgood and Jeff M. Chambers, “Social Disorganization Outside the Metropolis: An Analysis of Rural Youth Violence,​” //​Criminology//​ 38, No. 1 (2000): 81-115. \\ Delbert S. Elliott, David Huizinga, and Barbara J. Morse, "The dynamics of deviant behavior: A national survey progress report,"​ 1985.)) This culture of aggression and violence is imported into the school. Consider these facts from the Centers for Disease Control:​((“Youth Violence: Facts at a Glance,” Center of Disease Control (2012) available at [[http://​www.cdc.gov/​ViolencePrevention/​pdf/​YV-DataSheet-a.pdf]] (accessed August 20, 2015).)) \\ Chris Knnoester and Dana L. Haynie, “Community Context, Social Integration into Family, and Youth Violence,​” //Journal of Marriage and Family// 67, No 3. (August 2005): 767-780.)) especially to violent delinquency.((D. Wayne Osgood and Jeff M. Chambers, “Social Disorganization Outside the Metropolis: An Analysis of Rural Youth Violence,​” //​Criminology//​ 38, No. 1 (2000): 81-115. \\ Delbert S. Elliott, David Huizinga, and Barbara J. Morse, "The dynamics of deviant behavior: A national survey progress report,"​ 1985.)) This culture of aggression and violence is imported into the school. Consider these facts from the Centers for Disease Control:​((“Youth Violence: Facts at a Glance,” Center of Disease Control (2012) available at [[http://​www.cdc.gov/​ViolencePrevention/​pdf/​YV-DataSheet-a.pdf]] (accessed August 20, 2015).))
  
-  * In 2011, 5.9 percent of youth in grades 9-12 reported not going to school one or more days in the past month because they felt unsafe at school or on their way to/ from school.((Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Youth risk behavior surveillance—United States, 2011," MMWR, Surveillance Summaries 2012;61(no. SS-4). Available from [[www.cdc.gov/​mmwr/​pdf/​ss/​ss6104.pdf]].))+  * In 2011, 5.9 percent of youth in grades 9-12 reported not going to school one or more days in the past month because they felt unsafe at school or on their way to/ from school.((Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Youth risk behavior surveillance—United States, 2011," MMWR, Surveillance Summaries 2012;61(no. SS-4). Available from [[http://www.cdc.gov/​mmwr/​pdf/​ss/​ss6104.pdf]].))
   * In 2011, 16.6 percent of males in grades 9-12 reported carrying a weapon (gun, knife, or club) in the past thirty days.((Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Youth risk behavior surveillance—United States, 2011," MMWR, Surveillance Summaries 2012;61(no. SS-4). Available from [[www.cdc.gov/​mmwr/​pdf/​ss/​ss6104.pdf]].)) ​   * In 2011, 16.6 percent of males in grades 9-12 reported carrying a weapon (gun, knife, or club) in the past thirty days.((Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Youth risk behavior surveillance—United States, 2011," MMWR, Surveillance Summaries 2012;61(no. SS-4). Available from [[www.cdc.gov/​mmwr/​pdf/​ss/​ss6104.pdf]].)) ​
   * In 2010, 784 juveniles (<18 years) were arrested for murder, 2,198 for forcible rape, and 35,001 for aggravated assault.((Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Youth risk behavior surveillance—United States, 2011," MMWR, Surveillance Summaries 2012;61(no. SS-4). Available from [[www.cdc.gov/​mmwr/​pdf/​ss/​ss6104.pdf]].)) ​   * In 2010, 784 juveniles (<18 years) were arrested for murder, 2,198 for forcible rape, and 35,001 for aggravated assault.((Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Youth risk behavior surveillance—United States, 2011," MMWR, Surveillance Summaries 2012;61(no. SS-4). Available from [[www.cdc.gov/​mmwr/​pdf/​ss/​ss6104.pdf]].)) ​