More girls reported fear/intimidation victimization than boys.
The CB school system collected data during the implementation of the program.School faculty responsible for data collection informed the students the objective of the surveys, that their participation was voluntary, and that they could decline to respond to any question at anytime.The authors are solely responsible for the contents. The CB system administrators and faculty implemented the intervention.They were in charge of implementing the study, assigning groups, and collecting data following their own standards of voluntary participation in surveys.OBJECTIVES: To assess gender differences in the proportion of adolescents reporting teen dating violence (TDV) and the frequency of TDV at multiple age points across adolescence in a high-risk sample of youth with previous exposure to violence.
= 1149) ages 11 to 17 years completed surveys assessing TDV and self-defense.We found a 58 % (We wish to thank the staff at the Colegio de Bachilleres system whose enthusiastic collaboration in all phases of the project made this work possible. The opinions expressed in the paper do not reflect the views of any of the funding or the other organizations that supported and facilitated this study.The funding organizations did not have any role in the study design; data collection, analysis, or interpretation; nor in the writing of the manuscript or the decision to submit the manuscript for publication.Furthermore, poor, marginalized youth are at a higher risk for experiencing dating violence. pero del Bueno” () was piloted in two urban, low-income high schools in Mexico City to prevent dating violence.The intervention consisted of school-level and individual-level components delivered over 16 weeks covering topics on gender roles, dating violence, sexual rights, and strategies for coping with dating violence.The National Center for Victims of Crime, in close collaboration with Go Fund Me, and state and local officials, has opened the National Compassion Fund Parkland to support those injured and killed in the Parkland School Shooting.