Bullying continues to be a hot issue, both in the news and as one of the top concerns of our employee members. Last year, we posted Resources for working parents: Teen bullying. It’s been one of our most popular and sought after resources so we thought we’d add more resources on the topic.
State Cyberstalking, Cyberharassment and Cyberbullying Laws – from the The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL).
National Bullying Prevention Center – PACER’s (Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights) National Bullying Prevention Center unites, engages, and educates communities nationwide to prevent bullying through creative, relevant, and interactive resources.
Committee for Children – A nonprofit working globally to prevent bullying, violence, and child abuse.
It’s My Life: Bullying – bullying resources for kids from PBS.
Cyberbullying Research Center – up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents. Cyberbullying can be defined as “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.”
Connect for Respect from the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) – bullying resources and tip sheets for parents and educators.
Bullying at School & Online – extensive resources for parents and educators from education.com.
Bullying – resources from the American Psychological Association.
7 Ways You Can Address Bullying at Your School – Encouraging victims and student witnesses to report abuse and providing supervision in hallways and other areas can help to reduce bullying on and off campus.
Bullying and Harassment: Thin Line and Thin Ice – An expert on legal issues in school transportation discusses the distinction between bullying and harassment and offers best practices for dealing with both on the bus.
When your child is being bullied (PDF) – Practical strategies for helping your child cope and working effectively with your child’s school from Elizabeth Englander
What Parents Can Do About Childhood Bullying – Marlene Snyder, Ph.D. explains how to determine if your child is a bully or a victim — and how to take appropriate, effective action.
Understanding Bullying and Its Impact on Kids With Learning Disabilities or AD/HD – Kids with learning or attention problems can be easy prey for bullies. Marlene Snyder, Ph.D. tells you how to recognize the signs that your child is being bullied.
Identifying Students `At-Risk` for Violent Behavior: A Checklist of `Early Warning Signs – A checklist of “early warning signs” will facilitate identification of students who may be in need of intervention. The greater the number of items that are checked, the greater the potential for violent acting-out behavior.


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