With American students returning to schools in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, a new wave of violence is reportedly rising across the nation.
Even before the pandemic, incidents of violence, theft, or other crimes were quite common in the schools with 80 percent of public schools recording that one or more such incidents had occurred, amounting to 1.4 million incidents.
Violence is not limited to secondary and middle schools as even elementary also report it. And this is all based on what is only officially reported. It would only make sense that a large number of violent incidents remain unreported and the amount of violence is much larger.
The Biden administration has had myriad challenges from the get-go, rendering a unique style of governance for the Democratic leader, who has appeared at a time that America remains extremely divided, probably more than ever.
Americans voted for Joe Biden amid dangers of a second round of presidency by billionaire real estate tycoon Donald Trump, who approached the office of the president in an unprecedented manner.
However, Bidens presidency has been questioned by Trump and his followers, putting American democracy in a unique peril.
Biden has been battling not just the coronavirus pandemic and the rising inflation, but also attempts to make voting harder in favor of Republicans.