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Roles of Parents and Caregivers in Bullying Prevention
This resource is tailored for parents and caregivers as a guide to the training module.

Bullying Prevention Training Center
Learn how to take a public health approach to bullying prevention and earn continuing education.

Mental Health America: Bullying Tips for Parents

Bullying and the Child with Special Needs
The publication, "Walk a Mile in Their Shoes," is provided by, an on-line hub and special needs community for parents and professionals. The document provides information for parents and educators on the issue of bullying of students with special needs.

Bullying and Harassment of Students with Disabilities
Top 10 facts parents, educators, and students need to know.

Bullying and Harassment of Students with Disabilities (en espanol)
Top 10 facts parents, educators, and students need to know.

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National Bullying Prevention Center What Parents Should Know About Bullying

What Parents Can Do About Childhood Bullying
An expert explains how to determine if your child is a bully or a victim—and how to take appropriate, effective action.

Bullying Prevention at Home
To create a Bullying Prevention home, the principles of bullying prevention, engagement, leadership and respect should be actively encouraged. This site addresses these principles with applicable tips for families.

Medline Plus Bullying Resources

Scholastic Anti-Bullying Resources for Parents, Teachers, and Kids
The resources on this site can help children and parents get help and stand up to bullying.

Students with Disabilities: Notifying the School about Bullying

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Web Links Cyberbullying Series
Cyberbullying happens when kids bully each other through electronic technology. Find out why cyberbullying is different from traditional bullying, what you can do to prevent it, and how you can report it when it happens.

Commonsense Media: Cyberbullying, Haters, and Trolls
Once kids go online, their chances of finding cyberbullies, haters, and trolls is, sadly, quite high. Find age-specific guidelines, videos, and articles to help with tough conversations -- whether your kid is a bully or is being bullied. We answer all your cyberbullying questions, offering age-appropriate advice, school resources, and more from parents and experts.

Parenting, Media, and Everything in Between
16 Apps and Websites that Kids are Heading to After Facebook

Kimberly Baumgardner, M.Ed.
Educational Specialist Manager, Family Engagement
(210) 370-5431

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