BREAKING NEWS – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – The principal at a Philadelphia elementary school in a violent corner of the city is paying 8th graders to not fight. Mitchell Elementary School Principal Stephanie Andrewlevich is taking the innovative approach to manage behavior at the school. If all eighth-graders make it to graduation with no physical violence, each child will get $100. The principal says the incentive is working. So far this year, only 8 percent of the eighth-graders have been suspended. That’s down from 17 percent at the same point last year, and down 21 percent from 2016. Chicago School Superintendent Janice K. Jackson decided to offer a similar program. She is now offering $100 to every 8th grade graduating student that never entered their school carrying a gun with the safety off.