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Links to more information on bullying

Publications and websites

  1. – This website offers information on why kids bully and what can be done to stop it. Check out their webisodes for a fun way to learn how to deal with bullying. You can visit on Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter. You also can visit the Spanish website.
  2. The Bully Roundup – Learn about bullying from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You can also get tips on what to do and say if you are being bullied.
  3. A Dozen Things Students Can Do to Stop School Violence (Copyright © NCPC) [pdf icon PDF 14K] – Check out this article to get tips on how to prevent violence at your school.
  4. Protecting Children’s Privacy Online — A Guide for Parents, Carers and Educators – This website offers some of the best resources on cyberbullying prevention, including guidance for victims.
  5. Stop Cyberbullying (Copyright © WiredKids, Inc.) – This site has everything you need to know about cyberbullying. It explains what it is, how to report it, and how to keep from becoming a cyberbully.
  6. Tips for Teens: If Someone Is Bullying You (Copyright © NASW) [pdf icon PDF 51K] – Read this publication to get tips on what you can do if you or a friend is being bullied.
  7. What Kids Say About Bullying (Copyright © Nemours Foundation) – If you’ve ever been bullied, you’re not alone. This Web page talks about how real kids feel about bullying and gives you the facts you need to solve the problem.


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  3. Teen Victim Project, National Center for Victims of Crime


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Content last reviewed April 15, 2014
Page last updated August 10, 2017