Title

PANEL: UNMASKING MEAN GIRLS

First Presenter's Institution

University of South Carolina

Second Presenter's Institution

N/A

Third Presenter's Institution

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Fourth Presenter's Institution

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Fifth Presenter's Institution

N/A

Location

Scarbrough 2

Strand #1

Head: Academic Achievement & Leadership

Strand #2

Head: Academic Achievement & Leadership

Relevance

Presenter will Provide.

Brief Program Description

This featured panel discusses the prevalence of female juvenile violence, reported incidences of this violence, the life pathways that lead girls to violence, the factors associated with resistance from violent behavior, and implications for families, schools, and communities for ending violent school-girl behavior.

Summary

This featured panel discusses the prevalence of female juvenile violence, reported incidences of this violence, the life pathways that lead girls to violence, the factors associated with resistance from violent behavior, and implications for families, schools, and communities for ending violent school-girl behavior.

Evidence

Panelist:

Mechelle, Comedienne, Actor, Author, CEO, Meshelle, LLC, Baltimore, MD, Megan S. Holder, EdS, School of Counseling Student, University of South Carolina - Columbia, Columbia, SC; Jaquetta M. Dawkins, Family Engagement Facilitator, Bibb County School District, Macon, GA; Dr. Cheryl A. Clayton-Molina, Adjunct Professor, Lowell, MA; Mary A. Felton, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, Bulloch County School System, Statesboro, GA; Nancy H. Brasel, Associate Instructor, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL; Victoria Lockhart,School Counselor, Livingston Elementary School, Covington, GA

Learning Objectives

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Format

Panel

Biographical Sketch

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Presentation Year

2016

Start Date

3-8-2016 10:15 AM

End Date

3-8-2016 11:30 AM

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PANEL: UNMASKING MEAN GIRLS

Scarbrough 2

This featured panel discusses the prevalence of female juvenile violence, reported incidences of this violence, the life pathways that lead girls to violence, the factors associated with resistance from violent behavior, and implications for families, schools, and communities for ending violent school-girl behavior.