School Culture and School Safety
Examines the existing and significant relationship between school culture and school safety.
# 46937 | 32,586 words | 101 sources | MLA | 2004 |
Published on Jan 26, 2004 in Child, Youth Issues (General) , Criminology (General) , Education (Administration) , Education (Education Psychology) , Education (Theory) , Education (Social Issues)
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This is a quantitative research study that is designed to assess the impact of school culture on school safety and school violence. The paper looks at what schools can do to create proper environments that are conducive to safety and whether there are identifiable behaviors within school culture that contribute to safety. The paper also analyzes the perceptions of teachers and administrators about school culture and order.
From the Paper:"Another important point that is stressed when looking at school culture and safety is the fact that strong leaders generally make an effort to express sincere feelings toward students and their lives, and have a real belief that the students have the potential to become successful and productive adults (Kenworthy & O'Driscoll, 2000). Effective leaders create effective schools that are resilient to violence and other risks and promote resiliency in students."
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