Creating safe schools from the inside out

This book details a comprehensive process for empowering students and teachers as school improvement leaders and “experts.” Bill Preble and Rick Gordon explain how schools can use the SafeMeasures™ collaborative action research process to: Collect and analyze school climate data; Develop improvement goals; Create exciting and inspiring action plans to dramatically improve their school's climate and student engagement

Each chapter features success stories from real schools, strategies and implementation activities, and book study questions that help all stakeholders transform both their school climate and student learning.

School Climate: The Heart and Soul of a School

School climate: The heart and soul of a school

School climate is like the air we breathe—it tends to go unnoticed until something is seriously wrong.

Jerome Freiburg, School Climate (1999, p. 1)

Making Meaningful Improvement in Schools

There are many problems confronting our schools—bullying and harassment, inadequate academic performance, children who feel left out or fall between ...

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