The UA Crossroads Collaborative released survey data results on causes of bullying and its impact in Tucson schools during a presentation at Tucson High Magnet School Auditorium on Monday.
In collaboration with Nuestra Voz, a YWCA Racial Justice Program for local youth, Crossroads Collaborative released information on educating and informing youth about bullying, funded by the Ford Foundation.
A total of 403 youth, ranging from grades five to 11, and from 11 different schools in the Tucson community, were surveyed by Nuestra Voz during the 2008-2009 school year. Through the survey, students were asked how frequently they personally experienced bullying, and how often they have witnessed or engaged in bullying.
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