May, 2009
Crime, Violence, Discipline, and Safety in U.S. Public Schools: Findings from the School Survey on Crime and Safety: 2007-08
National Center for Education Statistics
DeVoe, Jill F.; Neiman, Samantha; Chandler, Kathryn
"This report presents findings on crime and violence in U.S. public schools, using data from the 2007--08 School Survey on Crime and Safety (SSOCS:2008). First administered in school year 1999--2000 and repeated in school years 2003--04, 2005--06, and 2007--08, SSOCS provides information about school crime-related topics from the perspective of schools. Developed and managed by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) within the Institute of Education Sciences and supported by the Office of Safe and Drug- Free Schools of the U.S. Department of Education, SSOCS asks public school principals about the frequency of incidents, such as physical attacks, robberies, and thefts, in their schools. Portions of this survey also focus on school programs, disciplinary actions, and the policies implemented to prevent and reduce crime in schools."
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  • Authors
    DeVoe, Jill F.
    Neiman, Samantha
    Chandler, Kathryn
  • Publisher
    National Center for Education Statistics
  • Report Number
    National Center for Education Statistics, NCES 2009-326
  • Date
    May, 2009
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    National Center for Education Statistics: www.nces.ed.gov/
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Resource Group
    Data and statistics
  • Series
    School Survey on Crime and Safety

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