Chapter 6

Toward a Bully-Free Culture

1. Jenifer Goodwin, “Nurturing Moms May Help Their Child’s Brain Develop,” Philly.com, January 30, 2012, http://www.philly.com/philly/health/topics/138359599.html?c=r#ixzz1stmO213r (page no longer available).

2. Dan Olweus, Susan P. Limber, Vicki Crocker Flerx, Nancy Mullin, Jane Riese, and Marlene Snyder, Olweus Bullying Prevention Program: Schoolwide Guide (Center City, MN: Hazelden), 52–53.

3. New York Times, quoted in Harlem Children’s Zone, “The HCZ Project,” http://www.hcz.org/index.php/about-us/the-hcz-project.

4. Harlem Children’s Zone, “The HCZ Project,” http://www.hcz.org/index.php/about-us/the-hcz-project.

5. Richard Warren (superintendent, 18 years in Franklin Public Schools, Franklin, MA), quoted in “Safe and Caring Schools Program,” Safe and Caring Schools, http://safeandcaringschools.com/programs.asp.

6. Jennifer R. Loyd, “Johnson High Athletes Tackle Bullying,” April 11, 2012, http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/education/article/Football-players-step-up-as-a-defense-against-3472442.php.

7. “Safe School Ambassadors Program (SSA),” Community Matters, http://communitymatters.org/programs-and-services/safe-school-ambassadors.

8. For those interested in the underlying model that guides Turner’s teaching, it’s the ARC model developed at the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute (http://www.traumacenter.org/research/ascot.php). Turner and her coworkers were also influenced by the trauma-sensitive classroom movement, for which more infor -mation can be found in Helping Traumatized Children Learn (also known as the purple book), published by Massachusetts Advocates for Children.

9. “Massachusetts, Washington State Lead U.S. Trauma-Sensitive School Movement,” ACEs Too High News (blog), May 31, 2012, http://acestoohigh.com/2012/05/31/massachusetts-washington-state-lead-u-s-trauma-sensitive-school-movement/.

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