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ID #:   39270005
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Description:   % of students who reported being victimized in the past two months by grade and gender, % who reported bullying others in the past two months< % who reported both being victimized and bullying other students in the past two months

International comparison - % of children who bullied others 2 or more times in previous months, % of children who were victimized 2 or more times in previous months

 
Publication Date:   1/1/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Selected countries
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/26/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269953
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Description:   % of Canadian parents of children aged 7-17 indicate that their child had been cyber-bullied, % among those aged 13-15 & 16-17. [bullying]

Also see related Stats Link Canada ID# 39269960.

 
Publication Date:   5/19/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/19/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269807
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Description:   How serious a problem do you think bullying is in each of the following facets of life in Canada? Elementary school, Middle school / High school, College / University, Family life, Workplace

Do you think bullying should be considered a crime?, Do you support legislation should against "Cyber-bullying'

 
Publication Date:   4/13/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, U.S.
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/16/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269257
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Description:   This study examines parental awareness and attitudes toward youth gambling. Includes: Seriousness of various issues facing teens as indicated by mothers and fathers (Gambling, Depression, Excessive video game playing, Negative body image, Spending too much time online, Obesity, eating disorders, Smoking, Violence in schools, bullying, Unsafe sexual activities, Drinking and driving, Alcohol use)

% of teens have a computer with internet access in their bedroom by age group (13-14,15-16,17-18), % of parents provide their teens with an allowance, Average mount of money in allowance, % report their child has access to a personal debit card

% of parents indicate they usually monitor their childís online activities, Steps taken (Set limits to restrict participation in social networking sites, Set limits to restrict online chatting, Set controls on computer to limit visiting inappropriate sites, Enforce strict rules about length of time allowed online, Placed computer in common space where family is usually present, Installed an anti-gambling software program)

Frequency of conversations parents have with their children about youth issues, Barriers parents feel limit their child from discussing youth issues, Situations/instances that would prompt a conversation

Gambling activities of parents within the past year (Betting on sports events, Sports lottery, Internet gambling, Keno, Horse racing, Casino table games, Online gambling - poker, Live poker, Arcade or video games, Other card games, dice, etc. Sports "pool", Bingo, VLTs, Pull tabs/scratch tickets, Lottery tickets)

Parent attitudes towards gambling and teen gambling, Gambling activities parents participate in with their child, Frequency of participation, Age of child when parent first gave lottery ticket, Gambling activities parents believe their child has participated in for money, If your child had a problem with gambling, where would you most likely seek help?

 
Publication Date:   7/1/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/9/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268828
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Description:   Survey of 8-16 years old attending an overnight summer camp in Ontario on bullying. % had witnessed bullying at least once in the past three weeks, % had witnessed bullying two or three times per week over that same time period.

% indicated that the best strategies were to tell a trusted/responsible adult and to stand up to the child who is bullying and encourage him/her to cease the activity, However, when asked to describe what they actually did the last time they saw someone being bullied, % reported that they told an adult, % reported that they intervened in the situation.

 
Publication Date:   9/17/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/20/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268009
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Description:   This article explore factors related to delinquency as reported by immigrant youth in grades 7, 8 and 9 living in Toronto in 2006. Includes: Self-reported property-related and violent delinquency rates by generational status (Native-born, Second generation, Immigrated before age 5, Immigrated after age 5)

Self-reported victimization rates, by generational status (hit, bullied [bullying], stolen from, threatened)

Proportion of youth who reported spending the majority of their time with family or friends, by generational status,

 
Publication Date:   3/4/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Toronto
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/4/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267978
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Description:   Survey of tweens and teens on Internet security. Includes: Social networking - % use social networking sites, have revealed personal information on social networking site, % have accepted a friend request from someone they do not know, usually because it is a "friend of a friend" or because they want to meet new people, % got up in the middle of the night to use the Internet used it to talk to someone.

Online Gaming - % play video games in online communities, % of gamers are harassed when playing online, % have witnessed other players being harassed, % reported the gamer

Adult content & sexual behaviour - % of males uses search engines to find adult sexual content, % used the family computer to access adult content, % have visited sites that have pictures or videos showing violent acts, fighting or racist content, % get up in the middle of the night to go online

% have been cyberbullied, % cyberbully other kids, % said there were no consequences to their bullying, % believe people bully online because they can do it without getting caught

General Internet Use - Hours of use per day, Top cited dangers to using the Internet, % use the internet to deal with stress, escape problems, avoild family problems, % have an avatar % change their gender or age, % have had a password stolen [internet security], % have a computer in their bedroom, % have had a discussion with their parents about the dangers of the Internet, % say they are careful about giving out personal information online.

 
Publication Date:   2/25/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/26/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267861
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Description:   Bullying and fighting among youth between the grades of 6 to 10 [tweens, teens]. Includes: Bully-victims by grade and gender, Involvement in bullying and academic achievement (Average mark on last report card), Involvement in bullying and attitude towards school.
 
Publication Date:   1/1/2008
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/1/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267003
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Description:   Highlights from a survey of tweens and teens (11-13, and 15-year olds) in Canada and around the world on health, well-being, and health behaviours. Covers: home setting, school setting, peer context and socio-economic conditions

Includes: Students who report having a happy home life, by grade and gender, Father/Mother is easy or very easy to talk to about things that are really bothersome, by grade and gender, Students who report being trusted by their parents, Students who think their parents expect too much of them, Students who report having a lot of arguments with their parents, Students who report wanting to leave home at times (runaway)

Students who say that teachers think their school work is good or very good, Students who like school a lot, Students who agree and strongly agree with the statements "I feel I belong at this school", "I feel safe at this school", Students who think their teachers are interested in them as persons, Students who think their teachers expect too much of them at school

Students with three or more close same-sex friends, Students who find it easy or very easy to talk to same-sex friends, Students with three or more close opposite-sex friends, Spending four to five days a week with friends right after school, Students who report that most or all of their friends have pro-social attitudes

Students who report that their family is quite well off or very well off, Reported neighbourhood conditions based on presence of troublemakers, litter, and run-down buildings

Students physically active five days or more over a typical week, Spending four or more hours per week doing physical activities in class time / in free time at school, Watching two or more hours of television per day [TV] Playing video games for two hours or more per day, Using the computer in free time for two hours or more per day.

Food frequency patterns in Canadian young people (selected food items eaten daily (e.g. bread, fruits, vegetables, potato chips, cheese, French fries), Students who think their body is too thin, about the right size, or too fat, Students classified as obese, in 2002 and 2006, Students who report doing something to lose weight.

Age at which students in Grades 9 and 10 first tried smoking, Daily smoking, Age at which students in Grades 9 and 10 first tried alcohol, Students who report being "really drunk" at least twice, Grade 10 students who report using cannabis, ecstasy, amphetamines, LSD, magic mushrooms, Ritalin to get high, sniffing glue or solvents, medical drugs, cocaine, heroin, opium, or morphine

Age at which students in Grades 9 and 10 first had sexual intercourse, Grade 9 and 10 students who report having used a condom the last time they had sexual intercourse, Contraceptive measures used by sexually active Grade 9 students the last time they had sexual intercourse

Involvement of students in the three categories of bullying, Students who are victimized and do not bully others, Teasing in victimized students, Sexual harassment in victimized students, Racial bullying in victimized students, Electronic bullying in victimized [cyber-bullying], Number of physical fights in the past 12 months

Students reporting an injury during the past 12 months requiring treatment, Missing five or more days from school or usual activities due to an injury, Activities leading to injury, Organized versus unorganized activities leading to injury, Locations where injuries happen.

Having backaches at least once a month, by grade and gender, Feeling depressed or low at least once a week, Feeling bad tempered or irritable more than once a week, Students who strongly agree they have confidence in themselves, How students rate life out of 10, by grade and gender [satisfaction with life]

 
Publication Date:   1/1/2008
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/31/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266890
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Description:   % of Canadians are aware of the term "cyber-bullying", % of Canadians surveyed knew of students in their community who had been targeted by cyber bullying in the past year, % was aware of teachers who had been cyberbullied, % knew someone close to them who had been cyberbullied.

% believe that an effective measure to prevent cyber-bullying by students is: for parents to become more knowledgeable and more responsible in monitoring their child's activities with the Internet and electronic communication devices, to have teachers trained to respond to cyberbullying when it impacts them or their students

% believe that school boards should develop and enforce policies that hold their students accountable when they are identified as cyberbullies, % think that school boards should hold students accountable when the cyberbullying originates outside the school, such as from the student's home.

 
Publication Date:   7/11/2008
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/13/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266605
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Description:   Report on cybercrime in Canada. Includes: Network attacks in Canada 1999-2004, % of students have heard of incidents of cyberharassment, % have been harassed several times, % admitted engaging in this form of harassment [cyber-bullying]

% of e-mails that are SPAM, % contain malware (e.g. virus), % are phishing

Also includes the results of a public survey on cybercrime: How would you rate your proficiency with a computer? Select the activity you spend the majority of your time when on the Internet? (Entertainment : music, movies, games, etc., Social Networking: e-mail, Instant Messenger, social networking sites, Business related activities, Educational, E-commerce, News/information/research, Travel information/booking)

How often do you make purchases online? When making purchases online, how confident are you that your information is kept secure and private? How often do you conduct financial transactions online? (e.g. Internet banking, checking your balance)

What, if any, type or types of Cybercrime have you been a victim of? (Computer viruses, Financial fraud, On-line harassment (cyber-bullying), Other, Have not been a victim), How many times have you been impacted by Cybercrime within the past 12 months?

What has been the total estimated financial impact of cybercrime on you? Is Cybercrime a concern for you? How likely do you believe that people are targeted for a Cybercrime? How likely do you believe you are to be targeted or exploited by Cybercrime?

What do you see as the biggest threat to you in terms of Cybercrime? (Identity theft, Financial fraud, On-line harassment, Computer viruses), How much money have you invested to protect yourself against potential Cybercrime? (e.g. Purchase of firewall, virus scan software, new computer), How has Cybercrime, or the potential threat of Cybercrime, impacted your interaction on the computer?

How aware are you of the threats posed by Cybercrime? (E.g. new email scams) Have you ever reported a Cybercrime? Why havenít you ever reported a Cybercrime? Do you think preventing Cybercrime is an important priority for government or law enforcement? Do you believe that there is adequate effort given by governing bodies and law enforcement in combating Cybercrime? Whose responsibility do you think it is to keep me safe from Cybercrime?

 
Publication Date:   4/25/2008
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/21/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266578
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Description:   Highlights from a survey of students in Toronto on "cyber-bullying". Includes: % said they were bullied online recently, % said they had bullied others, % who saw online bullying happening, , % who said rumours had been spread about them, % who said they were recently threatened.

% said they had unwanted sexual words or pictures sent to them or were asked to engage in sexual activity online, % who feel safe using the Internet, % of parents who think their child would tell them if they were being bullied online (% of kids who were bullied actual did so)

 
Publication Date:   5/15/2008
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Location Type:   Offline
Geography:   Toronto
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/15/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266497
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Description:   Survey of Ontario students in grades 7 to 12 on mental health & well-being. Includes: % report their family has been involved with a Childrenís Aid Society at some point, % report being suspended from school at least once during the academic year, % are worried about being harmed or threatened at school.

% of students report that they are in excellent or very good health, % report daily physical activity

% of students report self-asphyxiation or having been choked by someone else on purpose in order to get high (choking game)

% of students visited a physician at least once during the 12 months before the survey, % were treated for a physical injury at least once during the past 12 months, % visited a mental health professional, % report using a prescribed opioid pain reliever (e.g., Tylenol #3, Percocet) in the past 12 month, % used a prescribed tranquillizer/sedative, % 2% used a prescribed drug for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

% of all students report using a crisis helpline to discuss a problem during the past 12 months, % rate their mental health as poor, % report indicators of low self-esteem, % report symptoms of depression, % indicate elevated psychological distress (stress, anxiety, losing sleep)

% had serious thoughts about suicide in the past 12 months, % report a suicide attempt.

% are satisfied with their weight, % are trying to lose weight (dieting)

Most common delinquent behaviours, (vandalism, theft of goods, car theft/joy riding, break and enter), % students assaulted someone at least once during the past 12 months, % participated in a gang fight, % carried a handgun, % reported belonging to a gang, % reporting arson, % report being bullied at school [bullying]

% of students played cards for money at least once during the 12 months before the survey, % played lottery tickets, % bet money in sports pools, % play poker on the Internet [Online gambling - poker], % of students with a potential gambling problem

% play video games daily, % may have a video gaming problem

Most results by individual grade and gender.

Also see related survey: Stats Link Canada ID# 39265790.

 
Publication Date:   11/20/2007
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Ontario
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/21/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39265435
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Description:   Survey to gauge the opinions, perceptions, and beliefs of Canadians about various aspects of learning in Canada. Results examine attitudes concerning Canada's elementary and secondary schools and covers Homework (amount of homework assigned, household stress), Tutoring (who hires tutors and why, effectiveness), Language-immersion programs (French immersion, English immersion, % enrolled in, Reasons for enrolling), Bullying (prevalence, attitudes towards how it is addressed).
 
Publication Date:   11/26/2007
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/27/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264926
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Description:   Survey of teachers in Ontario.

Includes Level of satisfaction in: The job you are personally doing, The school you work in, The teaching profession as a whole, The quality of Ontarioís education system

Seriousness of challenges facing schools (Standardized testing, Condition of school facility, School safety, Classroom management, Inadequate time for classroom instruction, Lack of resources, Professional development to support diversified classrooms, Lack of parental support, Unrealistic expectations, Lack of respect for the profession, Integration of children with specialized needs)

How likely is it that you will be a teacher in five yearsí time? Perceived ranking of profession by public, Do Teachers get commensurate recognition for their contributions?

Compared to 5 years ago, has classroom quality improved? Have primary class caps been implemented? Has the effect been positive? Seriousness of teacher oversupply issue, How important is it for the system to control the number of newly licensed teachers to a volume that the system can absorb?

To what extent have each of the following people experienced cyber-bullying? (Yourself personally, Other teachers or administrators in your school, Your students, Students in your school (Result for all teachers and secondary school teachers (high school teachers), Thinking of those incidents of cyber-bullying, have they typically taken the form of: E-mail, Chat room or bashboard content, Content personal web sites or blogs, Text messaging, Photographs or video clips, Personal voting booth web sites

Seriousness of specific acts of cyberbullying (e.g. Criticism of a teacherís clothing, appearance or mannerisms, Criticism of a teacherís fairness in grading, An explicit threat to do physical harm), The impact of cyber-bullying on students and teachers, Schoolís position on cyber-bullying, Policy that your school or board may have on how students may communicate on the Internet in e-mail, chat rooms, or websites?

Do you communicate with your students by email? Do you communicate with parents by e-mail?

Most of the results above include separate responses from French-Speaking Teachers.

 
Publication Date:   8/27/2007
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Ontario
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/28/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264803
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Description:   Survey of parents and their concerns about Internet safety for their children. Includes: Does your child/children have access to a computer or laptop with internet access in your home? Thinking about the activities of your child/children on the internet, do you suspect that your child is accessing websites online that you might not approve of?

How familiar are you with the following online products? (chat rooms, Instant messaging (IM), Blogs, Facebook, MySpace, YouTube [social networking sites]

Thinking about the safety of your child/children on the internet, have you done the following? (e.g. Sat down with your child and clearly communicated what are acceptable and not acceptable activities, Instructed your child on what to do if they are contacted by a stranger online, Discussed the possible dangers of the internet, Visited the websites that your child has visited to monitor the content of that site, Posted rules for your child to follow by your computer, Initiated parental controls on your internet browser, Monitor the online activities of your child when using your computer at home, Ask your children about who they are chatting to online, Use your internet browser's history function to see what sites your child has been visiting)

How concerned are you that your child/children could encounter the following online: Fraudulent scams, Cyber-bullying, Inappropriate language and swearing, Pornographic websites [porn], Sexual predators,) Results by age group, gender, education, province, income.

 
Publication Date:   7/25/2007
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/26/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39263748
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Description:   Survey of Canadian CEOs and business leaders on employee conflict. Includes: What is the worst employee conflict situation you have observed or been aware of? (Crime and ethical conflict, Personality and interpersonal conflicts, Union vs. management/non-union conflict, Sexual harassment, Bullying, Office romance, Conflict among different units of an organization, Rivalry over promotion, Gossip)

How much is each of the following factors a source of employee conflict? (e.g. Unclear or conflicting leadership from the top of an organization, In unionized settings, conflicts originating with union leaders, Poor skills at the level of middle management, Conflicts that arises just because an individual(s) does(do) not play by the rules, Financial reversals in an organization, Conflict among different units or departments of an organization)

Looking to the future, do you foresee any changes in the sources or nature of employee conflicts in coming years? (Performance-related conflicts, Government mandates such as extended maternity, Skill-related conflicts (including wage conflicts between high and low skilled employees, low wage global competition), Age-related conflicts, Union conflicts, Ethnic/religious conflicts)

Whatís the best advice you could give a senior or middle manager about dealing with employee conflict?

 
Publication Date:   1/8/2007
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/8/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39263499
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Description:   Survey of mothers of tweens (7 to 12 years olds). Includes: Top parental concerns related to their children (Safety of children, General health, Quality of education, Bullying, Negative influence of friends, Academic success, Childhood obesity, Behavioural problems, Lack of physical activity, Poor eating habits/nutrition, Lack of friends, The environment)

Frequency of different meals (Home-cooked meals, Quick assemble meals, Take-out/Order-in, Microwave, Dinner out) , % of time spent by tweens on Homework, Playing outside, Watching TV, Playing video games, Reading, Playing inside with toys [time use], Frequency of snacking at different times of day (Morning recess, Afternoon recess, After school, After dinner, Between meals on week-end), % are happy with their weight, want to lose weight, want to gain weight, % receive food treats in exchange for good behaviour.

 
Publication Date:   6/1/2006
Frequency:   Current
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/28/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39263416
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Description:   % of Canadian young people in grades 6 through 10 reported that they bullied others, % reported bullying on a regular basis, as least once a week or more.
 
Publication Date:   11/10/2006
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/20/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39262969
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Description:   % of students enjoy attending school by type (independent co-ed, independent single sex, public co-ed, public girls only), % of all students surveyed would recommend their school to other students, % of all students agree with the statement, "I feel happy most of the time" % of all students agreed with the statement, "When I really try, I can do almost everything I want to do"

% of Canadian students are academically engaged and find their classes "interesting" by school type (independent co-ed, independent single sex, public co-ed, public girls only), % are "very confident" that they will be academically prepared for university when they graduate by school type, % report seeing bullying or harassment by school type

% of students in an independent co-ed environment agree it is easy to make friends with members of the opposite sex compared to students an independent single-sex environment, % of co-ed students feel confident expressing their views when a member of the opposite sex is present compared to students an independent single-sex environment. [private school]

 
Publication Date:   9/18/2006
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/19/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39262934
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Description:   % of teens in Canada rarely or never ask for help when they feel overwhelmed, % reported levels of daily stress in the high and very high range, % of teens report that their top confidants are friends, % report their mothers, % report their fathers, % of parents felt that their teens turn to them regularly when facing challenges.

% of teens report being stressed out by school, by money, by appearance/body image, % of parents identified teens stressors as school, appearance/body image, self-esteem

% of teens report the most meaningful conversations they have with their parents take place: at dinner, in the car, before bed, % of teens reported never having meaningful conversations with their parents.

% of teens eat more when they are stressed, % turn to alcohol or drugs, % of teens are comfortable talking with parents about difficult topics like bullying/harassment, drugs and alcohol, % are comfortable talking to their parents about sex

% preferred to use instant messaging to seek help, % preferred asking someone in person.

 
Publication Date:   9/12/2006
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/13/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39262512
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Description:   Profile of school principals across Canada. Includes Gender by level (elementary vs. secondary), Principals' perceptions of the match between the actual and the ideal level of responsibility for selected tasks (e.g. Recruitment and selection of professional staff, Educational development of teachers, Developing the school budget, Acquisition of private funds, Management of funds generated by school activities and services, Disciplining of students)

Percentage of principals who reported being satisfied/very satisfied with various aspects of their jobs (e.g. My professional development, Support from my supervisors, Level of remuneration, My workload, Impact on my family life)

Principal's perceptions of problems occurring in schools (e.g. Deterioration of socio-economic status of student's families, Bullying among students, Student disrespect for teachers, Student absenteeism, Disruption of classes by students, Student apathy, Teacher turnover, Complaints from parents and students, Student's use of alcohol or drugs, Verbal abuse or physical assault of a staff member by a student, Students dropping out, Sexism/sexual harassment among students)

 
Publication Date:   6/26/2006
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/26/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39262124
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Description:   Survey of Grade 7 to OAC students in Ontario. Study areas covered: family & school, physical health, depression, suicidal behaviour [suicide], self-esteem, body image, delinquency, violence & bullying, gambling activities, drinking

Includes % fair and poor health, % physically inactive, % use Ritalin medically, % used telephone crisis line, % low self-esteem, % at elevated risk of depression, % carry a handgun, % gambled money while playing cards, % fighting at school, % satisfied with body image, % want to lose weight

Results by grade and gender

 
Publication Date:   5/2/2006
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Ontario
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/3/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   10964
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Description:   This report provides information on Canadian tweens (9 to 14 year olds).

Includes % receive allowance, amount received each week, % received birthday or holiday money, amount received, % have a part-time job, Top expenditure categories for tweens (by gender), Source of information on new products/brands (e.g. TV, friends, Internet), Shopping habits when tweens and parents shop together, Top products tweens want parent to buy for them (by gender)

% of tweens have Video game system, Computer, MP3 player, Cell phone, Laptop, PDA, Blackberry (By gender and age)

Expected spending for 2005 back to school season (By gender and age), % of tweens spend their own money on back to school items, Top concerns at school for tweens (e.g. Grades, Bullying, Friends, Homework, Problem with teachers) (By gender and age)

Favourite brands/products among tweens (many by gender): drinks, snacks, at home meals, fast food, Fast food restaurants, Brands of clothing, jeans, shoes, Clothing stores, Video games, Toys, TV channel

Previous editions of the report also include Favourite spare time activity, Favourite sports (e.g. soccer, hockey, skateboarding, swimming, baseball, basketball, football, cycling, volleyball, dancing, golf, horses), Frequency of Tweens using electronic equipment (computers, cell phone, Internet, PDA)

 
Publication Date:   6/1/2005
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/12/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39261802
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Description:   How often have you been victimized in the last two months?, How often have you bullied others in the last two months?, How often have you been both victimized and bullied others in the last two months? (By gender and grade level - grades 1 - 12)

International ranking by country: How Often Have You Been Bullied in School This Term?, How Often Have You Taken Part in Bullying Other Students This Term?

 
Publication Date:   1/1/2005
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Selected countries
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/29/2006
 
 
 
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