Preventing Hazing in K-12 Schools
Human beings have an innate desire for belonging. Teenagers especially have a powerful need to “fit in” and be accepted by their peers. They join clubs, organizations, or sports teams in order to participate in activities they are passionate about, and also to form social connections with peers who have similar interests.
In any organization, club, or sport there is a potential for hazing—and it doesn’t just happen on college campuses. Hazing is a significant problem in middle and high schools. Taking a proactive approach toward hazing prevention can help create a safer, more positive school and district community that supports student well-being.
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