This study assesses the results of the initial field test of the SOARS (Student Ownership, Accountability, and Responsibility for School Safety) Framework for High Schools.
This study based on the initial field test of the SOARS (Student Ownership, Accountability, and Responsibility for School Safety) Framework for High Schools presents outcomes from a field test of a student-centered and technology-driven school safety framework as well as recommendations for implementing a school safety framework emphasizing student voice. The authors describe the framework components rooted in school violence prevention. Results from the field test indicate moderate student and teacher use of the framework components, improvements in student perceptions of school safety, reductions in student reported peer victimization, and reductions in teacher and parent reported inappropriate student behavior. Consumer satisfaction rating were adequate. (Published Abstract Provided)
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