Do Berkeley High School Students Feel Safe at School?
Berkeley High School juniors feel considerably less threat to their safety than do their peers on average in Alameda County and California as a whole, according to recently released results of state surveys.
Berkeley High School juniors feel significantly safer at school than the average for Alameda County and for California at a whole, according to recently released results of state surveys.
The surveys, conducted from 2008 to 2010, found that 5 percent of Berkeley High 11th graders felt unsafe or very unsafe at school, compared to 9.1 percent for Alameda County as a whole and 6.8 percent for California.
The figure leapt to 15.6 percent in the Oakland school district and 19.6 percent in Hayward.