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Friday, December 19, 2014
Finding and helping troubled students
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“In a very real sense, this is a community problem,” Johnson said. “There are people in the neighborhood who have eyes and ears. If they see something that they see as an aberration, they have to be good enough to call the mayor, call the police, call the schools, call somebody and say, ‘We’ve got a problem and I’m not sure how to deal with it.’ Too many people just close their eyes to that.”

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