Bullying Prevention Resources
Bullying Response Resources
Developing a Positive School Climate to Prevent Cyberbullying from the Cyberbullying Research Center
Here's what you can do to improve your climate and not only enhance student achievement, success, and productivity, but also teach youth to be safe, smart, honest, and responsible while using technology.
Bullying Prevention Self-Assessment from the Center on PBIS
Bully Prevention in Positive Behavior Support
(Ross & Horner, 2010)
What Adults Can do to Help from PACER
As an adult, you are an important catalyst in guiding kids through addressing and preventing bullying. When young people experience bullying, they often feel like there’s nothing that can be done to stop it. Whether you’re a parent, educator, or concerned adult, there are ways you can help.
What do you say to that’s so gay from Welcoming Schools
It doesn’t matter if it is a first grader who might not know what the word “gay” means, a sixth grader trying to sound cool, or a tenth grader “teasing” a friend. All of these scenarios have the potential of creating an unsafe classroom or school environment and must be addressed.
Walk a Mile in Their Shoes: Bullying and the Child with Special Needs from Ability Path
The journey addressing the issue of bullying and children with special needs began when AbiltyPath.org identified the need to provide information to parents who all too often struggle to find ways to help their child with bullying.
For More Information
Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse and Prevention
Cyberbullying Research Center
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center
For resources to support implementation of the Dignity for ALL Students Act:
For resources to support a positive school climate:
Implementation of the Dignity for ALL Students Act should begin with the development of policies and procedures to create a school environment that is free from harassment, bullying, and discrimination.
The following resources are presented to provide new ideas to support schoolwide climate initiatives, relationship building activities, and actions to empower adult & student bystanders.
Please note: the New York state definitions for bullying, harassment, and discrimination included in the Dignity Act are different from many definitions provided by national organizations. Please consider the NYS definitions as you review these resources and information.