The national survey of over 3,400 students aged 13-18 and over 1,000 secondary school teachers, explores students' and teachers' experiences with bullying and harassment, and their attitudes about bullying and harassment in school.
The survey examines several aspects of the school climate that can detract from a safe learning environment, as well as students' personal experiences with harassment. In addition, the survey examines the overall prevalence of offensive remarks and harassment at their school, whether experienced by that student or their classmates, and the impact that has on their ability to learn. Secondary school teachers also contributed their perspectives on these issues and provided their views on what can be done to improve the situation.
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Title: From Teasing to Torment: School Climate in America, A Survey of Students and Teachers
Publication date 2005-10-11
Publication Year 2005
GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network)
, Harris Interactive
North America / United States
, harassment policy
, hear students
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