by Traci Raley A study of 21 preservice secondary science teachers found that they do not feel adequately prepared to handle bullying in the classroom. The study, conducted by Raven and Jurkiewicz in 2014, asked the soon-to-be teachers what content specific issues they anticipated might lead to bullying in their science classrooms, and how they… Continue reading Bullying Study Reveals Incoming Science Teachers Need Training
A new study conducted by researchers from the healthcare company Mayo Clinic has discovered that those who have been bullied throughout their childhood have higher chances of developing chronic health problems when they become adults.
by Sean Hedden On August 12th, 2016, the Center for Disease Control released a study entitled, Sexual Identity, Sex of Sexual Contacts, and Health-Related Behaviors Among Students in Grades 9-12 – United States and Selected Sites, 2015. Multiple news sources, including The New York Times, have reported how this first nationwide, comprehensive study shows how LGBTQ youth are suffering… Continue reading NSV Highlight on: CDC Study Shows Higher Rate of Violence to LGBTQ Youth