This document contains tips for bystanders to help stop or prevent bullying when they come across it.  File:  tips_for_helpful_bystander.pdf

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...

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...

This brief discusses bullying and its many consequences. It draws attention away from the preconceived notion that bullying is inevitable and sheds light on many ways to deal with and prevent...

Discusses need to implement bullying prevention at all three levels: whole school, targeted student groups, and individual to effectively reduce bullying, especially of special needs students.   ...

Schools worldwide are being charged by legislators to take action to reduce cyberbullying because of its potential to disrupt the educational process, create a hostile environment, and threaten...

Violence is a learned behavior that is rooted in early childhood and springs from many sources and individual experiences. This module was developed to meet the specific needs of urban, middle-...

This issue brief, from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center, examines the relationship between suicide and bullying among children and adolescents, with special attention to lesbian, gay, bisexual...

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...

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