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School Climate

Taking Action in Bullying Prevention

By | Bully Bust, bullying, bullying experts, bullying prevention, elementary schools, Ellen DeGeneres, Jaden Smith, National School Climate Center, parenting, School Climate, Tracy Morgan, Uncategorized | No Comments

More people are getting involved in the bullying issue. Thanks to Ellen DeGeneres, even celebrities are stepping up to tell us how they really feel about the whole culture of mean. Listen. Whatever works. Bullying is such a messed up…

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National School Climate Center and Bully Bust Deserve Tangled Ball Award

By | bullying, National School Climate Center, October's Bullyng Prevention Awareness Month, parenting, School Climate, teachers, Uncategorized | No Comments

Here’s an organization that’s doing the important work of drilling down to the meat of the problem. Formerly the Center for Social and Emotional Education, it has recently been renamed to National School Climate Center. It was established to research,…

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Bullying: Not Good For Grades

By | bullying, classroom, CSEE, cyber bullying, elementary schools, high school, Journal of Early Adolescence, middle school, parenting, School Climate, U.S. News and World Report, UCLA, Uncategorized | No Comments

Students who are bullied regularly do substantially worse in school, UCLA psychologists report in a special issue of the Journal of Early Adolescence devoted to academic performance and peer relationships. Who does their best work when they’re unhappy? Once again,…

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