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Ask AI: Are there brawls between high school delinquent gangs in USA?


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Question: Are there brawls between high school delinquent gangs in USA?

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While it's true that conflicts can sometimes arise among high school students in the United States, the concept of organized "high school delinquent gangs" involved in regular brawls isn't something that's common or representative of the general high school experience in the US. Schools in the US typically have strict policies against violence and strict codes of conduct that students are expected to adhere to. A majority of schools also have security personnel, counseling, conflict resolution programs, and other measures in place to maintain a safe and positive learning environment. However, it's also important to note that experiences can vastly differ depending on various factors like location, socioeconomic conditions, the presence of substances misuse, and other individual or community circumstances. It's always advisable for students to adhere to rules and guidelines set for their safety, respect each other's differences, seek peaceful resolutions to conflicts, and if they feel unsafe, to report immediately to a responsible adult or authority.

Answered by gpt-4

Aug. 28, 2023, 6:12 p.m.

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Published: Monday, August 28, 2023

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