Bullying Awareness Guidebook
Bullying is a serious subject, with short and long-term implications for both the victim and the bully. The guide below brings awareness to numerous types of bullying and who may be targeted, while also providing guidance to students, parents, educators and school professionals on how to prevent and stop this debilitating public aggression. Special attention is given to cyberbullying, an ever-growing issue for today’s generation.
YouthTruth Student Survey
According to the survey, 25 percent of students in grades 5-12 report being bullied. This survey draws on anonymous responses from 180,000 students in 37 states, including Texas. The survey found that most bullying happened in person, not online. Almost half of all bullied students (44 percent) cited appearance as the reason they were bullied. This survey contains additional information on bullying that can be utilized in supporting bullying prevention activities.
Bullying Prevention Toolkit
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have come together to create this Bullying Prevention Toolkit. The toolkit provides resources for youth, parents, teachers, school administrators, community leaders, health care providers, policymakers and more to help prevent bullying through science, policy, and practice.
This website provides information and updates on Bullying.
This website provides resources regarding cyberbullying.
This website provides information and resources by Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center: What Parents Should Know About Bullying
SAMSA Know Bullying Tool
Help spread the word about KnowBullying by SAMHSA.
Stand Up to Bullying Blog
Learn about Bullying, Workplace Harassment and More from Mike Dreiblatt
Safe Supportive Learning
This website provides information on definitions and issues concerning bullying/cyberbullying
Bullying Reporting Platform
BRIM is a bullying prevention platform that pairs a smart, cloud-based incident management system with a mobile bullying reporting app for students, parents and teachers.
Bullying Prevention Spotlight:
CPI: 31 for 31
Stomp Out Bullying
Did you know that having been traumatized leads to an increased likelihood that a person will be bullied? To better understand the relationship between trauma and bullying, the National Child Traumatic Stress Network has a downloadable fact sheet with helpful information and facts. Visit the webpage to download the PDF.
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