To address bullying in your schools, you first have to understand the problem. How pervasive is bullying on your campuses? How safe do your students feel? Are there any specific problem areas that must be confronted?
Listening to what students have to say and giving them a safe place to express their concerns and report abuse is a critical element of any school-based anti-bullying plan.
In this guide you will learn how to:
- Recognize the warning signs
- Gather crucial data
- Give students a voice
Download this guide and learn how districts such as Brighton Central School District in New York are dealing with bullying and making a difference.