Q14 Ohio law now mandates that schools have a policy prohibiting bullying

Q14 ohio law now mandates that schools have a policy

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Q14: Ohio law now mandates that schools have a policy prohibiting bullying, harassment and intimidation, with a specified legal definition of these terms and with specific requirements related to reporting, investigating and intervening in these incidents. A. TrueB. FalseQ1: Healthy relationship skills must be taught, learned and practiced in the home or at school.A. TrueB. FalseQuiz – Answer Key
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Module Three, Page 13A Safety and Violence Prevention CurriculumAnswer:Healthy relationship skills must be taught, learned, and practiced in the home ANDat school.Q2: Negative health outcomes of harassment, intimidation, bullying and teen relationship abuse, whether from the target of the actions or the bystander, include:Q3: Students who are living with abuse, targeted for bullying, or are in an abusive relationship have been conditioned by the student who bullies to believe that no one can help them.Q4: Youth who are bullied, harassed, intimidated, or are experiencing relationship abuse are able to adequately focus on academics due to the violence and increased stress in their lives.A. TrueB. FalseAnswer:Youth who are bullied, harassed, intimidated, or are experiencing relationship abuse are NOTable to adequately focus on academics due to the violence and increased stress in their lives.Q5: Anti-harassment, intimidation, bullying and teen relationship abuse are public health and community issues that need a community response.Q6: Bullying is understood as repeated, intentional and aggressiveacts by one student, or a group of students, against another student(s) perceived as being weaker, or having less social power than the person(s) doing the bullying.
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Module Three, Page 14A Safety and Violence Prevention CurriculumA. TrueB. FalseQ7: Teen dating violence is a pattern of actual or threatened acts of physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse, perpetrated by an adolescent against a current or former dating partner.A. TrueB. FalseQ8: Bullying may become sexual violence at the middle or high school ages. Some studies have shown a predictive pattern of future victimizationand perpetration in their adult relationships for those teens with history of teen dating violence. A. TrueB. FalseQ9: The students who either silently tolerate (out of fear or acceptance) the bullying behavior or actively promote the violence cannot be addressed in universal, evidence-informed curricula that promote healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and responsible school citizenship.A. TrueB. FalseAnswer:The students who either silently tolerate (out of fear or acceptance) the bullying behavior or actively promote the violence can be addressed in universal, evidence-informed curricula that promote healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and responsible school citizenship.
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