Educators weigh violent writing

Across the country, high school and college writing teachers regularly must weigh whether violent student writings are just creative outlets or signs of something darker. "You shouldn't assume anything: If you notice something in an essay, you should pull the student aside and take it from there," said Melissa Fry, a community college professor.

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