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Safe Schools/Healthy Students 2004 Teen Leadership Experience A Preliminary Evaluation Report September 2004. What is Safe Schools/Healthy Students?. Federal partnership School and community partnership University partnership. Teen Leadership Experience.

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Safe Schools/Healthy Students 2004Teen Leadership ExperienceA Preliminary Evaluation Report September 2004


What is safe schools healthy students
What is Safe Schools/Healthy Students?

  • Federal partnership

  • School and community partnership

  • University partnership


Teen leadership experience
Teen Leadership Experience

  • Teen Leadership Experience weekend conducted July 23-25, 2004

  • 78 students and their parents completed pre (before TLE) and post (after TLE) assessments




Descriptions of student questionnaires
Descriptions of Student Questionnaires

Individual Protective Factors Survey

  • Assesses personal control over behavior.

  • Includes 2 subscales; self-efficacy and self-control

  • Targets low income students in grades 7-11

    Likelihood of Violence and Delinquency

  • Assesses likelihood of engaging in violent or delinquent behaviors

    Social Competence Measure

  • Assesses social competence

  • Includes 2 subscales; pro-social behavior and emotional-regulation


Results from Self-Control Measure by Item

Major Finding: Students are reporting feeling more in control of their own behavior after TLE


After attending tle students more likely to report
After attending TLE, Students More Likely To Report:

I Cooperate With Peers Without Prompting

I Listen To Others' Point Of View


After attending tle students more likely to report1
After attending TLE, Students More Likely To Report:

I Give Suggestions and Opinions

Without Being Bossy

I Share With Others


After attending tle students more likely to report2
After attending TLE, Students More Likely To Report:

I Think Before Acting

I Accept Things Not Going My Way


Results from Delinquent Behavior Measure

Major Finding: Students report that they are less

likely to engage in violent and delinquent behaviors

after TLE


After attending tle students less likely to report
After Attending TLE, Students Less Likely To Report:

Injuring Someone Else In a Fight

Getting Into a Fight


Social Competence Measure

Major Finding: Students report increases in social

competence after TLE


After attending tle students more likely to report that
After Attending TLE, Students More Likely To Report That:

If You Work Hard, You Will Get

What You Want

To Make a Good Decision, It Is Important

To Think


After attending tle students more likely to disagree that
After Attending TLE, Students More Likely To Disagree That:

Sometimes You Have To Physically

Fight To Get What You Want

I Get Mad Easy


After attending tle students more likely to disagree that1
After Attending TLE, Students More Likely To Disagree That:

I Do Whatever I Feel Like Doing

When I Am Mad I Yell At People


Teen leadership experience1
Teen Leadership Experience

Overall Data Findings

Teen Leadership Experience

improves self-control

reduces violent/delinquent behaviors increases social competence


A special thanks to
A Special Thanks to:

  • Denis Carter

  • Linda Ferrell

  • All the Seahawk Specialists at TLE

  • The UNCW Evaluation Team- the best data grinders in town!!!


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