Brooklyn teachers urged to report any and all crime in schools

While something may seem like a small problem to some Brooklyn teachers and school workers, the Department of Education says it wants to know about

While something may seem like a small problem to some Brooklyn teachers and school workers, the Department of Education says it wants to know about any and all incidents involving students.

According to a Daily News report, Schools Chancellor Joel Klein says reporting all problems and crimes will keep Brooklyn students safer. By reporting all incidents, the city will be able to better track...

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