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Trusted Adults Can Be the Difference Between Life and Bullycide

By | Be the One, Be the One Go-To Adult, bullycide, bullying, bullying prevention, bullying prevention tools, elementary schools, Kathryn Otoshi, ONE, Respect for All, suicide, U.S. News and World Report, Uncategorized | No Comments

A new study was released regarding bullying of gay and lesbian kids and suicide. Once again, it was good to have a study to back up what we already know. Perhaps this way, people will start really paying attention to…

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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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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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