Dating violence and academic success

01-Dec-2019 22:07

This article aims to build upon the knowledge gained from the prior article by addressing two separate goals. Aggressive and violent behaviors in the school environment among a nationally representative sample of adolescent youth.

(Read moreā€¦) The perception of schools as safe and secure environments is often transformed following a school shooting. Exposure to violence, student fear, and low academic achievement: African American males in the critical transition to high school.

These tragedies represent only two of the many cases of teen dating violence that ultimately have ended in loss of life.

In another case, a teenage student in League City, Texas, was charged with prostitution after local authorities discovered that the 17-year-old male suspect was driving female students (ages 14 to 17) to a man's house for illegal sexual activity.

While no punishment can undo the harm caused by a violent incident, disciplinary actions ideally seek to prevent further violence and restore normalcy.

Choosing the most appropriate response can be challenging, but analyzing the context of violent incidents can be helpful in the decision-making process.

School health interventions can promote positive health behaviors and improve both health and academic outcomes for students.

Evidence suggests that educational and public health institutions have a shared interest in promoting student health and that collaborative efforts have the potential to make important strides in improving the health and academic achievement of youths.

In another case, a teenage student in League City, Texas, was charged with prostitution after local authorities discovered that the 17-year-old male suspect was driving female students (ages 14 to 17) to a man's house for illegal sexual activity.

While no punishment can undo the harm caused by a violent incident, disciplinary actions ideally seek to prevent further violence and restore normalcy.

Choosing the most appropriate response can be challenging, but analyzing the context of violent incidents can be helpful in the decision-making process.

School health interventions can promote positive health behaviors and improve both health and academic outcomes for students.

Evidence suggests that educational and public health institutions have a shared interest in promoting student health and that collaborative efforts have the potential to make important strides in improving the health and academic achievement of youths.

Research has begun to expose an alarming number of dating violence incidents involving youth, specifically teenagers.