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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Biased-Based Bullying and School Counselor Preparation Survey

Drs. Russell Toomey and Cassandra Storlie of Kent State University are looking for participants for their research study. You are receiving this email because you are a member of the school counseling association in your state. If you have already participated in this study, please disregard this request.

This study seeks to examine school counselors’ beliefs and attitudes about Latino student safety and experiences of bias-motivated bullying (i.e., receipt of bullying related to one’s ethnic or racial identity), and how those perceptions are related to their perceived multicultural competency (i.e., school counselors’ beliefs, attitudes, knowledge, and skills in working with culturally diverse students) and self-efficacy (i.e., school counselors’ beliefs in their abilities to effectively work with culturally diverse students).  If you take part in this study, you would complete a brief, anonymous online survey that should take you about 30 to 45 minutes to complete. All survey responses will remain confidential. The study has received approval from the Kent State University Institutional Review Board.

If you are interested in participating, please click on the following link:  https://kent.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_a4AD0xHsUiJJ9Vb.

Thank you,

Dr. Russell Toomey and Dr. Cassandra Storlie


Russ Toomey, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor 
Human Development and Family Studies
School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences
Kent State University
Phone: 330.672.2967


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