SCHOOL VIOLENCE DIRECTED AT CHILDREN OF CHILD-FRIENDLY PRIMARY SCHOOLS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF PARENTS IN LIGHT OF THE CORONA PANDEMIC (A COMPARATIVE STUDY)
The current research aims to: - Knowing the level of violence that primary school students are exposed to, by their teachers. - Knowing the differences in the level of violence experienced by pupils of child-friendly primary schools and their peers in other public school - Knowing the relationship between academic achievement and the level of violence among primary school students. The research community includes child-friendly schools in Baghdad / Al-Rusafa, which are (107) and distributed among their general directorates of education. The research sample was randomly selected from the parents of the sixth grade students in a random way, and they numbered (80) guardians (students) by (40) males and (40) females)) divided equally by gender between child-friendly schools and regular schools. In the current research, the researcher adopted the (School Violence) Scale prepared by (Mohammed et al. 2014). To identify the level of school violence, the t-test was used for one sample, and it became clear that the difference between the two means is not statistically significant at the significance level (0.05). The t-test was used for two independent samples which indicates that there are no differences statistically significant for the school type variable. To identify the relationship between school violence and academic achievement among primary students, there was no statistical significance for the t-value of the correlation coefficient between school violence and academic achievement .
Keywords: Corona, School Violence, Primary Schools