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Center for Social and Emotional Education

International Bullying Prevention Conference

By | bullying, bullying prevention, Center for Social and Emotional Education, elementary schools, International Bullying Prevention Association, New Orleans, school administrators, school counselors, Uncategorized | No Comments

If you’re reading this, you’re probably already interested in doing something about bullying and cyberbullying. The statistics are staggering but the reality of the pain it causes to kids, families and schools is mind blowing. Schools and counselors know what…

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If You’re Working on Bullying Prevention…Keep Going!

By | bully prevention, bullying, Center for Social and Emotional Education, elementary school, high school. volunteering, middle school, parenting, U.S. News and World Report, Uncategorized | No Comments

Do you ever wonder if this is worth the effort? In the Northeast, it’s the end of the school year. Principals, teachers, counselors…and yes, parents…are exhausted. If you’ve been working or volunteering your time to help kids learn how to…

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Don’t Let Anyone Call You Stupid: A Lesson in Bullying Prevention from Michael Angelakos and P.S. 22

By | bully prevention, bullying, Center for Social and Emotional Education, elementary school, Michael Angelakos, middle school, Oscars, P.S. 22, parenting, Passion PIt, Uncategorized | No Comments

(If you saw the Oscars last night, you’ll understand why I am re-posting this story about the boy from P.S. 22 who needed a kind word and a little reinforcement from a compassionate adult. The adult who paid attention just…

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Bullying: Demi Lovato is an UPSTANDER!

By | Bully Bust, bullying, Center for Social and Emotional Education, cyber bullying, Demi Lovato, elementary schools, high schools, middle schools, parenting, peer to peer abuse, Uncategorized, upstander | No Comments

Demi Lovato hearts Kelly Clarkson, and Bill O'Reilly hearts Demi Lovato (Click on link above and scroll to short 2nd video to see Demi’s advice to kids about bullying.) Good girl, Demi. You haven’t backed down from your message. A…

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