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Identifying Peer Abuse and Clearing the Haze: Eliminating Hazing from Our Schools

May 19, 2016

Presented by Dr. Brian Crow, Professor, Sports Management, Slippery Rock University.

A new resource on the forms of peer abuse, such as hazing, teen dating violence and bullying, developed by the Center for Safe Schools, will be discussed. In this session participants will also be provided with a clear definition of hazing and identify how it is different from bullying. While most research on hazing has been conducted among college students, more recent studies have focused on hazing at the high school level. Strategies for teachers, administrators, coaches, students, and parents to recognize and eliminate hazing from schools will also be discussed.

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Peer Abuse in Schools: Why it Matters and What Schools Can Do


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Harrisburg, Pa.
2017 Social and Emotional Learning Conference:
Building Skills for Lifelong Success

Enjoy a motivating keynote address from Dave Levin, co-founder of KIPP New York, hear from state and national experts about the latest research in social and emotional learning, and learn about effective program models and promising practices.

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