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Safe School Study, Canadian Public Health Association/Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa, January 2005

Bullying, sexual harassment, and racial discrimination are major public health concerns in Canada’s elementary, middle and high schools. Research indicates that these peer relationship problems are commonplace, yet school-based programs have no common standards, little consistency, and lack rigorous evaluation. The current study is part of a multi-pronged national anti-bullying strategy funded by the National Crime Prevention Strategy. Key objectives of this project include the development and testing of a toolkit for the evaluation of school-based programs and the publication of standards for quality school programs.

Canadian Public Health Association/Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa, SAFE SCHOOL STUDY, January 2005, Dr. Mark Totten, Perpetua Quigley, Melinda Morgan.

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