Key Considerations for Bullying Prevention

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All schools must contend with bullying and the effect it has on students and school climate. However, it may not always be clear where to start.

This guide presents key information that schools may wish to consider as they develop and maintain bullying prevention programs. The goal of this document is to provide an overview of bullying, bullying prevention, context-specific considerations, information on youth engagement and empowerment, and resources related to the intersection of social media and bullying.

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Collaborators

  • Brent Allen Miller, MA, PMP (Training Manager, National Center for School Safety)
  • Allison Schreiber, MAIR (School Safety Specialist, National Center for School Safety)
  • Beverly Kingston, PhD (Director and Senior Research Associate Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado Boulder)
  • Sarah Mason, MPH Candidate (Research Assistant, National Center for School Safety)
  • Erin Wyatt (Marketing Communications Specialist, National Center for School Safety)
  • Alyssa Carvo (Research Assistant, National Center for School Safety) 
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Topic Areas

Mental Health, School Climate

Crisis Timeline

Prevention Planning

Audience

School Personnel

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