Dating violence education schools

A multi-site evaluation found that Second Step was associated with reductions in sexual violence perpetration and homophobic teasing victimization in one of the two states where it was implemented following 6th and 7th grade implementation.

More research is needed to understand differences in effectiveness observed by site and the effects of the program through 8th grade.

More research is needed to understand the program’s effects on bystander behavior and sexual violence.Sexual violence is a serious problem that can have lasting, harmful effects on victims and their family, friends, and communities.The goal of sexual violence prevention is simple—to stop it from happening in the first place.Intended for male and female 8th- and 9th-grade students, the goals of the program include the following: Safe Dates has five components: a ten-session course, a play script, a poster contest, parent materials, and a teacher training outline.Research found reductions in sexual dating violence perpetration and victimization that continued through a four-year follow-up period.The most common prevention strategies currently focus on the victim, the perpetrator, or bystanders.


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