Published Date:April 18, 2013
The presence of gangs in the vicinity of schools creates a pervasive climate of fear and victimization among students, teachers and administrators that escalates the level of aggression in bullying incidents and paralyzes prevention efforts, suggests a new study in the journal Psychology of Violence.
April 18, 2013
Published Date:April 9, 2013
The quality of the social relationships that newly hired people develop with other employees in their work groups is critical to newcomers job satisfaction, learning their responsibilities and their ability to fit in to the workplace culture, a new study suggests.
April 9, 2013
Published Date:March 25, 2013
The role of culture in educational and social interventions will be the focus of a conference in Chicago to be hosted by the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
March 25, 2013
Published Date:March 7, 2013
U.S. high school sink or swim placement policies that propel immigrant students into courses that theyre linguistically and academically unprepared for or conversely, that funnel all newcomers into remedial courses or service-oriented vocational programs may undermine these students academic success and their motivation to learn, new research suggests.
March 7, 2013
Published Date:February 4, 2013
Bullied teens often are assured that it gets better. And a new study suggests that bullying does, indeed, tend to decline as teens progress through high school and move toward adulthood.
February 4, 2013