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São Paulo, Brazil, December, 09, 2015: Riot squad fire tear gas bombs against students during a demonstration outside the Department of Education in the downtown area. Since November more than 200 schools were occupied by students in the state of São Paulo in protest against the closure of schools for containment of public spending

Unis and schools becoming more lethal: report

Learning isn’t typically associated with danger, but that connection is increasingly palpable. Over the last five years, there have been over 12,700 attacks harming more than 21,000 students and educators. These statistics, courtesy of the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA)’s latest report, cover both deliberate and indiscriminate violence in universities and schools across 52 nations.

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