The eSmart Framework guides the whole school community through a process of developing and implementing change. It is based on a great deal of research and evidence about what has worked to generate change in schools in Australia and around the world. These depend on the involvement of the whole school since no single prevention or intervention strategy is guaranteed to create safe environments or reduce bullying.
Through the system schools are given a framework organised into six domains:
Preliminary findings from an evaluation conducted by a consortium led by the Foundation for Young Australians, reveal that:
For further information regarding the program, the costs and the benefits involved, please visit the eSmart website.
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