This article refers to a study of 123 sixth and seventh grade classrooms and their response to gender violence/sexual harassment curricula. Researchers administered an initial survey and then implemented gender violence/sexual harassment programming. The results of these programs were positive. Researches then explored whether the positive findings upheld for both girls and boys and if girls tended to be victims of more gender violence/sexual harassment. The study found that the programs impacted girls and boy similarly but that boys tended to be involved with violence more than girls--both as perpetrators and victims.