Unfortunately, many of our kids have to deal with bullying at school. Here are some articles which discuss how schools can better handle bullying, and how our kids can deal with it (not as a substitute for school action, but in addition to it).
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There is a useful letter from OCR on disability harassment at
Stop Bullying Now, from the Stop Bullying Project
AskERIC has a section on bullying at
Bullying: A Series in the Kennebec Journal / Morning Sentinel
The Committee for Children has a site with information on bullying and sexual
Easing the Teasing is Judy Freedman's website on teaching children how to
NLDline has a section on dealing with bullying at
No Bully: A New Zealand site with sections for kids, parents, and teachers.
Preventing Youth Hate Crime: A Manual for Schools and Communities - US
Government publication that includes a bibliography, list of videos and
Protecting Students from Harassment and Hate Crime is a publication from the
U. S. Department of Education's site:
Raven Days: Schools should truly be safe for all their students. Someday
perhaps they will be. But as long as they are not, there need to be places where
current and former outsiders can gather, for support in dealing with the status
quo, and for help in changing it. That is why Raven Days was created.
Schwab Learning has the following articles:
What can I do if I am being bullied? by KidScape A site with practical
suggestions for kids.
What Can Parents Do When a Child is Being Bullied is a short checklist from Childhood Bullying and Teasing: What School Personnel, Other Professionals, and Parents Can Do, Dorothea M. Ross, Ph.D.
For those dealing with workplace bullying, visit
Last updated Friday October 06, 2006
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