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A total of 2,560 public primary, middle, high, and combined schools provided usable questionnaires, yielding an unweighted response rate of approximately 75 percent. When the responding schools were weighted to account for their original sampling probabilities, the response rate increased to approximately 77 percent. A nonresponse bias analysis was performed because the weighted response rate was less than 85 percent, and the results indicate that nonresponse bias is not an issue for SSOCS:2008.
In the FY2009 budget request, the President did not request funding for this program. Partnerships in Character Education The Partnerships in Character Education program is authorized by Title V-D-3. The program provides competitive grants to SEAs in partnership with LEAs or nonprofit entities, or to LEAs alone or in consortia with other entities (including institutions of higher education). The grants must be used for character education programs that are based on scientifically based research that can be integrated into classroom instruction, are consistent with state academic standards, and are carried out in conjunction with other educational reform efforts.
2Serious violent incidents include rape, sexual battery other than rape, physical attack or fight with a weapon, threat of physical attack with a weapon, and robbery with or without a weapon. 3 Theft or larceny (taking things worth over $10 without personal confrontation) was defined for respondents as "the unlawful taking of another person's property without personal confrontation, threat, violence, or bodily harm. " 4 Other incidents include possession of a firearm or explosive device; possession of a knife or sharp object; distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol; and vandalism.
A Look at School Crime Safety (Safety and Risk in Society) by Maegan E. Hauserman