SafeBAE has been dedicated to collecting data on all programs and projects since our inception in 2015. We are very grateful to our many research partners in guiding our collection efforts as well as writing dedicated reports. Much of our qualitative data can be found in our annual reports as well. We are excited to share the findings of our most recent program data from our Certified Peer Educator training, revealing the unprecedented impact of this program and its ability to inform both the knowledge and actions of the students who have participated in it.
We’ve known anecdotally from the thousands of students we’ve worked with since 2015, that sexual violence is at crisis levels for teens across the country. The CDC’s most recent Youth Risk Behavior Survey Report touches on the gravity of this crisis, but we have been seeking deeper knowledge of the greatest impacts of sexual violence among teens today. The SafeBAE National School Sexual Violence Climate Survey (2020-23) fortifies the profoundly dangerous environments that secondary students have reported to face in schools across the US.
BAE Training Data
As distressing as the Climate Survey data is, we’re excited to share the findings from the 1,057 students who have taken our Certified Peer Educator Training (entirely for free), which reveal the significant efficacy of our program. Eight years in the making, these findings show our BAE Training to be the most comprehensive, authentic, student endorsed, and most effective resource currently available. We hope you will take the time to review qualitative and quantitative feedback directly from our Peer Educators across 45 states.