by James C. Sherlock
The 2021 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) Data Summary & Trends Report: 2011–2021 , was released by the CDC on Monday, provides the most recent surveillance data, as well as 10-year trends, on health behaviors and experiences related to adolescent health and well-being among high school students in the United States.
The survey was completed in the Spring of 2021.
The report writes that teen girls are “engulfed in a growing wave of violence and trauma.”
This survey is brought to you by CDC, the national sponsors of school shutdowns. Who could have imagined?
The survey did not include middle- and grade-school students, but we can assess that such conditions did not spring up full grown in the 9th grade.
Where, exactly, are the feminists? Especially the ed-school feminists? Like Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) cheerleader Professor Catherine Bradshaw at the UVa School of Education and Human Development.
PBIS in place in most schools in Virginia and across the nation in that same 10-year period by design keeps violent and dangerous students in schools.
It is what PBIS is supposed to do. So those students can be socialized.
That survey should, but will not, put to rest progressive insistence that out-of-control violence among students and fear in American schools because of violence are figments of conservative imaginations.
It confirms that increasing absenteeism is linked to fear. Which progressives will also continue to deny. Continue reading