K -12th Prevention Programs

Apr 8th, 2015
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Prevention programs have been implemented within the schooling environment for the corrective purpose of addressing differentiating and potentially problematic behavioral concerns. From elementary to high school, each implemented prevention techniques will be specialized and tailored for their given school, a particular grade, and/or presumably for the entire district. Despite their social issues, each program is design to provide accountability, awareness, address behavioral issues, provide guidance, ensure responsibility, and develop personal structures for characters development. Locally restorative and federally supportive, such said programs are either evidence based, school based, and/or a combination of both designs.

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Locally Restorative & Federally SupportiveEvidenceBasedSchoolBased(It!, 2015)GoalsCreates Civil EnvironmentBuilt Encompassing RespectProvide Non-Violent Solutions(Dates, 2015)GoalsStop/Prevent VictimizationManipulate Adolescent NormsVictim/Perpetrator Belief System(Violence, 2015)GoalsIncreases Behavioral ResponsibilitiesAddresses Verbal/PhysicalAggressionAttempts to Change Attitude PerceptionsQuit It!EducationalEquality CenterPromotes ProactiveApproachesSafe DatesHazeldenFoundationIncreasesPrecursorsAwarenessDiscoveryEducationIncreasesAwareness ofVerbal &PhysicalAggressionGet RealAboutViolenceEach Program provides aspecified behavioralrehabilitative solution.Two of three programsinclude parental involvement.All programs provide theindividual withaccountability, insight, andinformation for addressingtheir own behaviors andactionsAll programs have anextensive plan ofimplementation andcorrective venture.All have goals, missions, anda targeted population.Dates, S. (2015, April 4th). Program Profile. Retrievedfrom Crime Solutions.gov:http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=142It!, Q. (2015, April 4th). Approaches and Practices toImprove the Learning Environment. Retrieved fromQuit It!: A School-Wide Model for Reducing Teasingand Bullying:, G. R. (2

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