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School staffers' challenge

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The horrific stabbings, slashings and cuttings of fellow students and others at Franklin Regional Senior High School are the challenges public schools must endure in our day.

School personnel must be prepared to undertake such situations on any given day of the school year.

It's a shame that so many young people must be hurt, violated and obstructed before attention can be given and directed to the teenager who perhaps suffers from mental health issues.

Wayne Williams

Camden, N.J.

The writer is a Camden City Public Schools special education resource teacher.

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