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Large-scale systems change requires a collaborative approach that is cross-sector. However, the social sector still remains focused on funding individual organizations rather than broadening that...

Stopbullying.gov provides this toolkit, geared towards communities that are looking to take action against bullying in their city or town. The toolkit provides tips for engaging community members,...

Websites such as Facebook and Google+ and smartphone applications such as Snapchat and Instagram are commonly used among teens. This website provides multiple guides for parents with the information...

This page briefly describes the goals of the Safe Schools and Healthy Students (SS/HS) Initiative and how Cultural and Linguistic Competence (CLC) is embedded in all aspects of these goals. It...

Using data from sources such as the Youth Risk Behavior Survey and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this fact sheet provides information on cyberbullying and youth, which groups are at...

This article uses data from a regional census of high school students to document the prevalence of cyberbullying and school bullying victimization and their associations with psychological distress...

This article examines the relationship between students’ experience with cyberbullying and their level of self-esteem. The findings are based upon a study involving 2,000 middle-school students that...

Here you can explore results from the National Survey of Children’s Health (NHCH) and the National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs (NS-CSHCN). Data are presented in ways that are...

Key findings from the California Cities Gang Prevention Network Evaluation Summit are presented in this report. It focuses on the importance of evaluation as a means to provide insight that can be...

One of a series of briefs written for law enforcement leaders developing juvenile justice programs, this brief highlights the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program as conducted by the Chula Vista, CA,...

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