Chapter 6

Toward a Bully-Free Culture

1. Jenifer Goodwin, “Nurturing Moms May Help Their Child’s Brain Develop,”, January 30, 2012, (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,”

4. Harlem Children’s Zone, “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,

6. Jennifer R. Loyd, “Johnson High Athletes Tackle Bullying,” April 11, 2012,

7. “Safe School Ambassadors Program (SSA),” Community Matters,

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 ( 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,

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