Survey: School Climate Study

Survey: School Climate Study
Posted on 09/12/2022
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Schools must be safe places where youth can grow, connect, and thrive to learn the lessons that will help them transition into successful adults. However, there is evidence that some groups of students—including American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) students—are less likely to experience schools as safe and supportive learning environments and are more likely to have negative academic, social, and health outcomes.

There is limited information available on how schools can address these disparities. This project seeks to address this issue through an in-depth comparative case-study. Given that these disparities also exist for other youth of color, a critical aspect of this project will include examining how American Indian youth’s experiences compare to those of other youth of color.

Click here to learn more about the study that's happening from Salt River Schools partners Center for Native American Youth and Child TrendsDo you have more questions? Call 202-618-1305 or email [email protected].

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