Chapter I  •  Chapter II

“Oh, there’s a problem, all right.” Denise opened a drawer, reached in and dumped several weighty-looking documents on her desk. “And all the locked doors, metal detectors, locker searches, increased surveillance, zero tolerance, teach tolerance, psychotherapy, punishments, drug education, sex education, peer mediation, and pleading with the kids to seek help from authorities who are too burnt out to give a damn isn’t making a dent.”