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10 Ways to Stop Bullying

The following is a guest post by Rick Phillips, developer and Executive Director of Community Matters and coauthor of Safe School Ambassadors: Harnessing Student Power to Stop Bullying and Violence along with John Linney and Chris Pack. October is National … Read more.

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Bullying and the Cost of Mistreatment

According to the latest data, 1 out of 4 teenagers face bullying on a daily basis, and as many as 160,000 kids stay home from school each day, for fear of bullying. These numbers don’t include the sharp increase in … Read more.

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October 2012 Featured Releases

Practice Perfect: 42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Better by Doug Lemov, Erica Woolway, and Katie Yezzi (2012) — 9781118216583 Social Media for School Leaders: A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Most Out of Facebook, Twitter, and Other Essential Web Tools by Brian Dixon … Read more.

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Parent Guest Blog by Michele Borba

Parenting Advice to Help Your Child be Less Likely to be Bullied — What You and Your Child Need to Know By Michele Borba By some estimates, one in seven American schoolchildren is either a bully or a victim. Studies … Read more.

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Excerpt from Bullying Prevention for Schools

In Bullying Prevention for Schools, Allan Beane offers a 19-Step initiative for reducing, and hopefully erasing, incidents of bullying throughout a school, or school system. With the recent and unfortunate suicides committed primarily by LGBT youth who struggled with school bullies … Read more.

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The Nature of Bullying

The Nature of Bullying “Dear Dr. Beane: “I was at the parent presentation you gave several weeks ago for our school system. I was inspired by your knowledge and passion for preventing and stopping bullying. Your son’s story broke my … Read more.

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