national study of urban school culture and safety revealed that most
Chicago students feel safe at school, but they have mixed feelings
about whether their teachers are fair and can protect them from
bullies, officials announced Monday.
Critics rip claim city's kids feel safe at school Sun Times
Chicago public school students feel safer and are much less likely to
have fights in their schools than kids in other urban districts
nationally, results of a survey of six hand-picked Chicago schools
released Monday indicate.
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