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What Sandy Hook [-] did was shine a spotlight on school safety.
Obama needs better plan for youth Politico, January 30, 2012
It has become a truism among criminologists that there is an inverse correlation between education and crime: as the level of education increases the likelihood of committing crime decreases. One theory that helps explain this is known as "strain" theory. This theory was originally articulated by sociologist Robert K. Merton in the 1930s and has since become one of the most popular theories of crime. The basic thesis of strain theory is this: Crime stems from the lack of articulation or…
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Explore how California’s 58 counties send their residents to correctional institutions with interactive maps, charts, and downloadable data.
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