Incident Reporting Statistics – 2017 Fall STOPit Report
New Insight & Data from the #1 Provider of Anonymous Reporting for Schools
Educators today are becoming more sophisticated in their analysis of behavior in their schools, and are searching for data that will guide their efforts. We are pleased to provide our FREE one-page Fall 2017 summary of findings from our national database of incident report meta-data specifically filtered for K12 activity.
This summary document will cover topics such as:
- Has there been any seasonality so far in reports?
- When during the day are reports being submitted?
- What types of reports are being submitted?
We have augmented this edition of the report with some additional national data.
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