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978-1-57886-858-2 • Hardback • September 2008 • $119.00 • (£92.00)
978-1-57886-861-2 • Paperback • September 2008 • $44.00 • (£34.00)
978-1-57886-890-2 • eBook • September 2008 • $41.50 • (£32.00)
Jan Cantrell is Professor and Director of Curriculum at Southern Nazarene University (OK).
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 How Big Is the Problem, and Why Is It Happening?
Chapter 3 What Is Sexual Harassment?
Chapter 4 What Should Teachers Do about Peer/Peer Sexual Harassment?
Chapter 5 What is the School Counselor's Role
Chapter 6 Preventing Peer/Peer Sexual Harassment of LGBT Students
Chapter 7 Internet Issues
Chapter 8 Legal Issues and Case History
Chapter 9 Policy Development
Chapter 10 What Can Parents and Students Do?
Chapter 11 A Final Word to Administrators
Jan Cantrell's book says it like it is. Her examples of in school sexual harassment provide a very realistic picture of what occurs daily in our schools across America. Containing timely and appropriate information and solutions, Students Harassing Students should be utilized by educators, parents, and the general public.
— Dr. Richard Craig, Professor of Counselor Education, Northwest Nazarene University
Students Harassing Students provides every parent and educator an all too real look at what is happening in our schools. Dr. Cantrell goes beyond case studies and provides clear recommendations that can make a difference for our children.
— Jay W. Hummel, Superintendent, Kuna Jt. School District, Idaho
Jan Cantrell's book, Students Harassing Students: The Emotional and Educational Toll on Kids illuminates the problem of peer harassment. It's a truly eye-opening text.... The author presents ideas to help adults prevent these problems. Each chapter includes scenarios for study and discussion by educators and students.
— James Redfield, adjunct professor, Rush City, Minn.; School Administrator, February 2010
Cantrell structures this book in such a way that it increases the reader's awareness of the problem of sexual harassment without lecturing....Grounded in experience, research, and school law, Cantrell sees the totality of this destructiveness, provides a clear process to deal with the problem, and reinforces the school's legal responsibilities....This excellent resource should not be missed as it provides needed tools to create a healthier environment for both students and adults, whether staff or parents.
— VOYA, April 2010
This book shows insight into the rarely discussed issue of peer to peer sexual harassment. It gives administrators, parents, counselors, and students useful ideas on how to prevent and better handle issues of peer sexual harassment. The research, case history, and accurate scenarios make this an insightful page turner. It is the best book I have read on the issue and know it will a difference in how schools deal with peer to peer sexual harassment.
— Anita Christenson, building administrator, Nampa School District, Idaho