2011 School Climate Technical Assistance Symposium: International Practice and Context for School Climate

Introduces the concept of school climate, providing a description of its variables and a picture of its history. Compares national, regional, and local school climate monitoring in terms of advantages and disadvantages and what types of conclusions can be drawn from each. Presents examples of monitoring from schools in Israel and U.S. Military Schools.

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Bar Ilan University, USC School of Social Work and Education
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