A theoretically-based and youth-centered approach to reduce unplanned teen birth among male adolescents Some middle school programs have been shown to elicit positive behavioral change related to teen dating violence; however, most school-based middle school programs have been developed for and/or evaluated for older, predominantly white adolescents.
Some of the major findings of the research included: The report suggests that districts develop a distinct set of consequences for dating violence that reduces the discretion of school officials and incorporate into the policy safety provisions specifically for dating violence victims that address the physical and verbal elements of the crime. The full study of the issue is expected to be published in an upcoming issue of .
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“Though most of the districts have a definition and set of consequences, the wide range of disciplinary techniques may unintentionally benefit the offending student and may send a message that this type of behavior is uncommon or unimportant.” Dating abuse is a problem that affects every community across the country.
Every year, nearly 1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physical violence from a dating partner, and one in three girls in the U. are victims of physical, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner.