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Students at Madison Park Technical Vocational High School in Roxbury, filing last week through a metal detector, go through the ritual each morning. The school district requires 15 of the city’s 38 high schools to screen every student daily, but not all comply.

Students want weapon screenings

Advisory group seeks stricter school policies

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / December 12, 2005

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Student leaders are pushing Boston public schools to force high schools to better screen students for weapons, given last week's gunfire in a high school and the recent spike in youth violence in the city. (Full article: 1285 words)

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