School climate: Changing fear to fun

Hanna, James W.
January 1998
Contemporary Education;1998, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p83
Academic Journal
Focuses on school climate, as it relates to the change in adolescents' physical and social environments. Impact of school climate on the implementation of school reform; Information on middle level curriculum; Identification of nine middle level characteristics; Reference to a middle level program survey which used the Comprehensive Assessment of School Environments (CASE) School Climate Survey; Purpose of the survey; Effects of intramurals programs on the three areas of climate.


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