The Ray Hughes Scholarship on Innovative Practices in Violence Prevention

Have you integrated violence prevention curriculum or programming into your practicum, AFE or volunteer experiences? Apply for The Ray Hughes Scholarship on Innovative Practices in Violence Prevention!

The Centre for School Mental Health is proud to issue this award valued at $1,500.00.


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DUE: March 31, 2019 at 4 pm

Ray Hughes is a Founding Partner for The Fourth R program with the Centre for School Mental Health at the Faculty of Education at Western University. He had a distinguished career in education with over 35 years of experience as a teacher, Department Head, university lecturer, and consultant. Ray was involved in coordinating the implementation of violence prevention programs for 190 schools and 80,000 students in his position as the Learning Coordinator for Violence Prevention with the Thames Valley District School Board in London, Ontario. He was also a member of the Ontario Safe Schools Action Team, whose mandate was to draw on best practices from across Ontario and to advise the Minister of Education on all aspects of school safety. Ray continues to provide regular professional development to superintendents, school administrators, teachers, parents, and students on violence prevention and safe schools initiatives. He has developed and implemented school-based programs related to substance abuse, domestic violence, gender equity, dating violence, human sexuality, interpersonal violence, conflict resolution, and bullying prevention. Ray has also developed a safe schools course for teacher candidates in Faculties of Education.

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