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Students’ rights weighed as colleges try to assess threats

January 14, 2011

by Mary Beth Marklein

USA TODAY

 

Two states — Virginia and Illinois — now legally require such teams and 80% of colleges nationwide have started them since the 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech that left 32 people dead. At Pima Community College in Arizona, a Behavior Assessment Committee identified alleged gunman Jared Loughner as a person of concern months before a weekend massacre that killed six and injured 13 others, and the school suspended him... Download file "5"

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