Resources

Geared towards government related initiatives, this guide contains the best practices for working collaboratively with agencies, departments, and individuals to enhance project outcomes through...

This publication addresses the long-term effects bullying can have on an individual and highlights ways that teachers and school administration have successfully reduced bullying in their community...

This guide provides police with information about the causes and extent of bullying in schools and includes recommendations for developing practices and policies that promote student safety. It...

These research-based training materials were created to empower individuals and organizations to address bullying in schools, neighborhoods, and communities across the country.  Age Group: ...

This guide, originally created for the Boston Public Schools, helps parents of children with disabilities talk to their children about bullying. Parents also learn how to talk to their child&#...

These guidelines were created by a coalition of education, religious, and civil liberties groups to help public school officials balance the First Amendment rights of students. It addresses the...

Explains the problem of cyberbullying and provides suggestions for actions steps that schools can take to address the issue. Article includes short testimonials from students who have experienced...

This subsection of Commonsense Media's website provides many resources for teachers who want to encourage their students to be safe and savvy Internet users. Resources include curriculum on...

Programs such as online safety education and peer leadership teach social and emotional skills that promote a positive school environment and prevent cyberbullying. This resource outlines programs...

This brief discusses how schools using the social and emotional learning (SEL) framework can incorporate bullying prevention as part of their program.  To show how this framework can include...

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