School Programs

How to change bullying dynamics in your school? There are many great programs available, but truly changing a culture of bullying does not fully occur unless the parent community is involved and committed. We suggest parents read The Bullying Antidote together in conjunction with school efforts, or to create a change group that will inform school efforts. The authors are available to make school presentations.

Primary prevention providers & programs:

Reading Buddies, music, school clubs and all school enrichment programs, Big Brothers and Big Sisters mentoring programs — all of these create engagement, connection, and support.

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Both resources for Parent Café programs

Secondary prevention providers & programs:

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Tertiary prevention providers & programs:

 

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Here are some school programs that work on all levels to shift things with families, kids, school cultures:

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Great presentations by Jane Bluestein

 

Additionally, many resources are mentioned in the notes in back of the book which are listed here on this site.

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