Child and Youth Safety Bullying and Harassment at School. Bullying/Harassment (Student Reported), by Grade Level; Bullying/Harassment (Student Reported), by Gender and Grade Level

School bullying is a type of bullying that occurs in any educational setting.. For an act to be considered bullying it must meet certain criteria. This includes hostile intent, imbalance of power, repetition, distress, and provocation.

1 The Role of Moral and Performance Character Strengths in Predicting Achievement and Conduct among Urban Middle School Students Executive Summary

Welcome Welcome to the Pennsylvania School Performance Profile website. The Pennsylvania School Performance Profile offers a web-based resource for districts/schools to communicate performance results to various constituencies and assist districts and schools in aligning and focusing resources for continuous improvement.

Social and emotional competence provides a foundation for academic success (Zins et al., 2004). Although research suggests that course completion and grades in middle school are the strongest predictors of high school performance and graduation (Farrington et al., 2012), there is increasing evidence that social and emotional competence is also ...

Student Safety & Support Plan. This sample plan is courtesy of the Washington Department of Education. Definitions & Guidance. Our school’s goal is to provide a safe and secure learning environment that is free from harassment, intimidation or bullying (HIB).

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The Impact of Student Engagement on Learning: The Critical 10th EPC for California 3 include integration of higher level thinking skills, application of knowledge, and

A safe school environment is a prerequisite for student learning. Studies show that when students feel unsafe at school, they are more likely to engage in risky behaviors and there is a negative effect on their test scores.

What do good teacher-student relationships look like and why do these relationships matter?