Safe Dates Teaches Teenagers the Difference Between Healthy and Abusive Relationships
Research Nov-22-2011 | | 1-min read
Field of Work: Dating abuse prevention.
Problem Synopsis: One in four adolescents report verbal, physical, emotional, or sexual abuse from a dating partner each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Synopsis of the Work: The Princeton Center for Leadership Training partnered with 13 schools in New Jersey to implement Safe Dates, an evidence-based curriculum focused on dating abuse prevention. The center recruited partner high schools, trained teachers and staff as Safe Dates instructors, provided technical assistance, and assessed the project.
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