School climate, peer victimization, and academic achievement: results from a multi-informant study.

@article{Wang2014SchoolCP,
  title={School climate, peer victimization, and academic achievement: results from a multi-informant study.},
  author={Weijun Wang and Tracy Vaillancourt and Heather L Brittain and Patricia P. McDougall and Amanda Krygsman and David Smith and C Elizabeth Cunningham and John D. Haltigan and Shelley Hymel},
  journal={School psychology quarterly : the official journal of the Division of School Psychology, American Psychological Association},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={360-77}
}
School-level school climate was examined in relation to self-reported peer victimization and teacher-rated academic achievement (grade point average; GPA). Participants included a sample of 1,023 fifth-grade children nested within 50 schools. Associations between peer victimization, school climate, and GPA were examined using multilevel modeling, with school climate as a contextual variable. Boys and girls reported no differences in victimization by their peers, although boys had lower GPAs… CONTINUE READING
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