A Program Evaluation of a Local School District’s Bullying Prevention Program
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This research study provides a complete program evaluation on a school district in Texas to determine the overall success of their bullying prevention program. The research focuses on qualitative and quantitative data that included principal interviews, district and campus discipline data and results from a quality survey used by the district over several years. This case study also focuses on preventive measures and disciplinary consequences used by the district and campuses in order to reduce the number of bullying incidents and provide a safer school environment for students and staff. Based on the program evaluation, the district showed success in several areas of the program, especially around reduction in incidents of bullying behavior that result in disciplinary consequences. The district studied also exhibited positive safety results as assessed through a quality survey used across most campuses and levels. Implications for leadership, bullying intervention strategies, and future studies are discussed in closing.
SubjectBullying Prevention Program
Bailey, Jeffrey Wilt (2019). A Program Evaluation of a Local School District’s Bullying Prevention Program. Doctoral dissertation, Texas A & M University. Available electronically from