1998 Annual Report on School Safety - Bullying
Site provides several model programs and descriptions of how to prevent bullying.
1998 Annual Report on School Safety - Intervention
Provides model curriculum and program descriptions of how to intervene in aggression and bullying incidents.
Bully-Proof Your School
Article recognizes bullying as more than just a problem
between kids, and discusses need for schools to put forth a team effort.
Includes special links to Facts About Bullying, Beating the Bullies and
What Schools Can Do About Bullying. Discusses how bullying is learned
and the importance of teacher involvement.
Maine Project Against Bullying-Brave Enough To Be Kind
Maine task force report details results collected through
the creation of a survey instrument used to study bullying behavior
among Maine third graders. Includes project introduction, technical
report and executive summary along with a sample survey instrument that
may be copied and administered freely to those who wish to utilize it.
Safeguarding Your Children
Helping children deal with a school bully and teaching children how to avoid sexual harassment.
Stop Bullying Now
The Bullying Project is lead by Stan Davis who comes to
your school (see fee section) to train teachers/administrators, educate
parents and work with students through presentations involving
discussion, interactive theater, and magic. Site includes information
about bullying and numerous interventions that work in schools.
Taking the Bully by the Horns
Self-help book and web site giving young people the skills they need to deal with bullies.
The No Blame Approach to Bullying in Schools
The No Blame Approach offers a simple seven-step
procedure that can be used by a teacher or facilitator. The articles
walks you through each of these steps.