Rights, Responsibilities and School Climate
This article was originally published as:
Petrie, K. (2014, Winter). Rights, responsibilities and school climate. Leadership in Focus, 34, 18-20.
This study investigates the impact of a Rights & Responsibilities program on school climate. Data were collected from 604 students in 59 regular grade 5-6 classrooms, within 20 state schools in Victoria, Australia. A significant positive relationship was found between the implementation of a rights and responsibilities program and increased measures of positive school climate. Implications for classroom teachers and school administrators are discussed. The importance of a Rights & Responsibilities program on student involvement, student-teacher relationships and belonging/connectedness is emphasised.
Petrie, Kevin, "Rights, Responsibilities and School Climate" (2014). Education Papers and Journal Articles. 74.
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