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Five Strategies to Prevent Bullying

Below are five strategies to prevent bullying in schools:
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October marks National Bullying Prevention Month, a campaign founded in 2006 by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Below are five strategies to prevent bullying in schools: 

  1. Create policies and rules– schools should establish and enforce clear school rules and policies so students know what is expected of them and how they should treat others. 
  2. Create a reporting system– Students should feel able to report bullying when it occurs, so staff can act on it.
  3. Reward students- Reward and praise the students who show acts of kindness, thoughtfulness and respect.
  4. Educate about bullying prevention month- do activities in lesson time to educate the children on bullying. For more ideas, view PACER’s classroom tool kits and activities to help address bullying through education, engagement and peer interaction. 
  5. Action- Schools should tackle bullying at the earliest opportunity and not allow it to escalate. 

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    Scenario Learning Offers Free Bullying Prevention Resources

    Cincinnati, Ohio (Oct. 2, 2013) – In honor of National Bullying Prevention Month, Scenario Learning, developer of safety and compliance solutions for schools and workplaces, announces that a number of its bullying prevention resources are available at no charge for every school during October and November. The resources include an expert-authored cyberbullying course for educators and an informational public service announcement (PSA) video for students.