Evaluation and Assessment

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Resource Title Peer Victimization (Bullying) Trajectories from Kindergarten through High School
Summary

Bullying and peer victimization in educational settings has become a national public concern partly because youth who are victimized by schoolmates—particularly across multiple school years evidence a plethora of psycho-social and scholastic adjustment problems. This investigation’s aims were to map prevalence, normative trends, and patterns of continuity or change in school-based peer victimization throughout formal schooling (i.e., Grades K–12), and determine whether specific victimization patterns (i.e., differential trajectories) were associated with children’s academic performance.

Topic Evaluation and Assessment
About Bullying
Cyberbullying
Target Audience Administrators
Teachers/School Staff
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