South Carolina's first priorities in combatting school violence should be prevention and involving parents and community leaders, according to a task force studying school violence.

"Teachers aren't equipped to be a teacher and a counselor at the same time," state Education Superintendent Inez Tenenbaum said.

At the same time, schools need more police, guidance counselors, nurses, and psychologists, the South Carolina Safe Schools Task Force said in its final report


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