Element One of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) Initiative focuses on activities that foster a safe school environment and prevent violence.
Download a copy of Teen Dating Violence: Prevention, Identification, and Intervention.
In recent years, schools and communities have experienced a rise in aggression, delinquency, and bullying among girls and young women. According to a recent report issued in 2008 by the U.S.
Download a copy of Girls Bullying and Violence.
This new brief focuses on bullying prevention legislation. To date, 47 states have passed legislation requiring schools to take leadership in addressing the problem.
Download a copy of Bullying Prevention State Laws.
While tools such as cell phones and computers can aid students’ learning, they can inadvertently put students in harm’s way.
There’s a troubling new dimension to the nation’s bullying problem.
This Webinar is aimed at providing strategies and tools for building a successful structure for your EBPs and to effectively identify and address barriers.
How do you use evaluation data to support your program and enhance sustainability? What are some of the common elements of an effective communications plan?
How can Project LAUNCH grantees sustain their important accomplishments over time?
Allison Metz, Associate Director of the National Implementation Research Network returns to lead Project LAUNCH grantees in our ongoing investigation of the application of implementation science in ou
EDC and the National Law Enforcement Museum created Supporting Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: A Facilitator’s Guide to Creating a Coordinated Response in Elementary Schools to trai
Children are good at keeping secrets, including bad ones. For millions of U.S. children, their secret is they live in the shadow of domestic violence.
In 1994, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was written and moved forward by then-Senator Joseph Biden.
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