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Shakespeare Resources. Shakespeare Resources. I Wear Glasses and I'm Proud #IAmAWitness. #IAmAWitness Anthem Video Short Form. Bullying Prevention - Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence - Institute of Behavioral Science. "A person is bullied when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more other persons, and he or she has difficulty defending himself or herself.

Bullying Prevention - Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence - Institute of Behavioral Science

" –Dan Olweus, Bullying at School: What We Know and What We Can Do Bullying consists of three components: aggressive behavior that involves unwanted, negative actions, a pattern of behavior which is repeated over time, and an imbalance of power or strength. Bullying Prevention and Intervention Tips Students If bullied, tell your parents. Parents Encourage your child to share problems with you with the assurance that it is not tattling. Schools Establish a bullying prevention committee. Colorado Legislation on Bullying House Bill 11-1254, Measures to Reduce the Frequency of Bullying in Schools Establishes the bullying prevention and education grant program within the Colorado Department of Education. Establishes the following requirements: Publications Additional Resources.

Bullying Prevention: 5 Tips for Teachers, Principals, and Parents. Updated 10/2013 Approximately 32 percent of students report being bullied at school.

Bullying Prevention: 5 Tips for Teachers, Principals, and Parents

Bullied students are more likely to take a weapon to school, get involved in physical fights, and suffer from anxiety and depression, health problems, and mental health problems. They suffer academically (especially high-achieving black and Latino students). And research suggests that schools where students report a more severe bullying climate score worse on standardized assessments than schools with a better climate. This is all common sense to educators. But especially given that commitment to student safety, why do so many children experience bullying? In Principal magazine, elementary principal, now retired, James Dillon writes that in bullying prevention trainings, he asks participants to choose the one group they believe is most responsible for addressing school violence and bullying: parents, students, school, or community. Bullying Prevention: Solutions for Protecting Kids and Teens.

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Bullying Prevention: Solutions for Protecting Kids and Teens

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Prevention at School

The best way to address bullying is to stop it before it starts. There are a number of things school staff can do to make schools safer and prevent bullying. Getting Started. Prevention Strategies & Programs, Bullying Prevention. Your browser does not support JavaScript!

Prevention Strategies & Programs, Bullying Prevention

This site uses JavaScript but is fully functional without it. Prevention Strategies & Programs Resource Available to Develop Local Bully-Prevention Policies The Model Policy to Address Bullying in Virginia’s Public Schools, adopted by the Board of Education in October 2013, provides information to assist local school boards in formulating policies to help prevent bullying and procedures to report, investigate and intervene when bullying behavior occurs. State law (Code of Virginia § 22.1-208.01 Character education required.) requires local school boards to establish character education programs that include addressing the inappropriateness of bullying.

Bullying is defined in the Code of Virginia § 22.1-276.01. Model Policy & Guidance To help address and prevent bullying in public schools, a model policy was developed and adopted by the Board of Education. 2011 Legislative Study VDOE’s findings were presented to the 2012 General Assembly. Resources. Counseling/Bully Prevention.