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Bullying: What Educators Can Do About It

Bullying is a form of violence common among children. Bullying can be found in schools, neighborhoods, and homes throughout the United States. According to the Office of Juvenile Justice, bullying is frequently misunderstood by adults as an unavoidable part of growing up and, as a result, often occurs in the presence of adults who fail to do anything about it. The focus of this 12-page publication is bullying at school and what can be done about it. This resource was developed particularly for elementary school teachers, and includes activities and tips about what teachers can do to prevent or stop bullying.

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Bullying: What Educators Can Do About It

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UI367

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