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 toolkit is designed to help educators and other adults who interact with young children understand bullying, learn what they can do to prevent bullying, use activities to build children&#...

Use this interactive map of the United States to learn more about each state’s anti-bullying laws and policies by clicking on the state you want to learn more about. URL:  http://www.stopbullying....

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 website will help you to stop bullying. Specifically, this website provides extensive information on cyberbullying, who is at risk, how bullying can be prevented,  and how to respond to...

A sytstem that partners schools and school districts to help them create bully-free learning communities. Features a series of “Solution Team” structured meetings to help a student that is being...

The best rules are the ones you and your child can agree upon together. This sample contract provides examples of monitoring and rules, digital citizenship, security and digital foot-print, and...

The best rules are the ones you and your child can agree upon together. This sample contract provides rules for online monitoring, digital foot print, and consequences for the misuse of the internet...

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 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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