2011 School Climate Technical Assistance Symposium: Monitoring and Mapping Student Victimization in Schools

Argues that successful school violence prevention programs should involve a strategy of understanding where and when violence takes place in a particular school and then developing and implementing safety programs adapted to what is found in that school. Provides instruction on how to collect information on when and where violence occurs and how to use information collected to create a strategic violence prevention plan.

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College of Education, The Ohio State University
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