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Free bullying prevention resources offered

Scenario Learning announces that a number of its bullying prevention resources are available at no charge for every school during October and November,
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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, in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month. The resources include a cyberbullying course for educators and an informational public service announcement (PSA) video for students.

The free cyberbullying course exposes the many ways in which students exploit technology in order to harm others, the three criteria that constitute bullying, Acceptable Use Policies and cyberbullying, and legal limitations faced by schools in disciplining cyberbullies.

In addition to the cyberbullying course, Scenario Learning’s short, informational PSA “What is Bullying?” can be used with students to explain what represents bullying and what students should do if they are being bullied.

To access free bullying prevention resources from Scenario Learning, visit scenariolearning.com/cares.

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