School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice
National Association of School Psychologists
Working collaboratively to address bullying among middle school students is an ongoing challenge. This study used participatory action research to collaborate with key stakeholders within a middle school to identify needs and implement more effective practices. Extensive qualitative and quantitative data are presented, along with process recommendations for bringing different stakeholders together for a sustained change effort.
Shriberg, David L.; Burns, Mallory; Desai, Poonam; Grunewald, Stephanie; and Pitt, Rachel. A Multiyear Investigation of Combating Bullying in Middle School: Stakeholder Perspectives. School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice, 9, 2: 143-161, 2015. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, School of Education: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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