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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Brock, Stephen E., Sandoval, Jonathan, Lewis, Sharon
A step-by-step guidebook for advance preparation and early response to school crises This Second Edition of Preparing for Crises in the Schools arrives at a critical moment. With several recent dramatic examples of school violence and other tragedies afflicting communities nationwide, the need for school districts to take proactive measures-rather than merely react to a crisis-is critical. This completely updated edition offers practical plans for laying the important groundwork to ensure that crisis response will be both immediate and thorough in the wake of tragedy. Authored by three school crisis response planning experts, it offers advice on early detection of trouble, developing plans and procedures to intervene with youths quickly and successfully, and conducting a school in-service workshop on crisis response planning and intervention. Essential for counselors, school psychologists, teachers, and administrators alike, this book helps ensure that schools are not caught by surprise when a crisis occurs.Brock, Stephen E. is the author of 'Preparing for Crises in the Schools A Manual for Building School Crisis Response Teams', published 2001 under ISBN 9780471384236 and ISBN 0471384232.
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