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Case Studies and Success Stories

Comprehensive School Safety (CSS) Policy Case Study: Mainstreaming road safety education for children in South Korea

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2017

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GADRRRES, Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector

Due to a high rate of traffic facilities, South Korea intervened with mandatory traffic education in schools and extracurricular traffic education facilities in order to reduce child traffic fatalities and engage students in traffic and transportation education. This case study is part of a series of case studies documenting how countries have been developing and implementing Comprehensive School Safety (CSS) policies that address the three CSS pillars: safer learning facilities (pillar 1), school disaster management (pillar 2), and risk reduction and resilience education (pillar 3).

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