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Middle school dating violence prevention

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Bruce Taylor’s earlier research regarding the Shifting Boundaries intervention (see Shifting Boundaries 2011 Final Report for more details) has highlighted the importance of tailoring the curricula to be developmentally appropriate and of delivering the intervention to 8th grade students, who are influential leaders of the middle school student environment.

Building on this earlier research, NORC is assessing the impact of saturating a middle school environment with information and behavioral strategies tailored to each grade level.

The study design requires random assignment of schools to treatment condition (one of five conditions, including a control group), and random selection of classrooms within each school.

In addition, students in the school-level intervention were more likely to intend to intervene as bystanders if they witnessed abusive behavior between their peers.In one rigorous NIJ-funded study, school-level interventions in 30 New York City public middle schools reduced dating violence by up to 50 percent.[2]Researchers evaluated dating violence and sexual harassment interventions by randomly assigning classes to receive: Youth exposed to domestic violence are at greater risk for being both a victim and the perpetrator of dating violence.Classroom-level interventions were delivered in six sessions, using a curriculum emphasizing the consequences for perpetrators, state laws and penalties, the construction of gender roles, and healthy relationships.Preventing dating violence is a concern for school administrators across the nation.One challenging aspect of school prevention programs is that most only target high school students even though dating violence begins in middle school. The program — The Fourth R: Strategies for Healthy Youth Relationships — uses classes that focus on building healthy relationships and personal empowerment to decrease dating violence, bullying, sexual activity and substance use.The classes were taught in randomly assigned seventh grade classrooms across 10 Bronx, New York, middle schools.