A new federal report shows steady reductions in bullying reports in America’s schools.
A provision in a new Florida education law allows students who are bullied or harassed to use vouchers for private schools.
New research suggests more students are bringing weapons to school to protect against bullying. Why districts must encourage their students to be active allies against abuse.
While anti-bullying campaigns have traditionally focused on student behavior, some school leaders are creating programs intended for parents.
New research suggests a more complex relationship between bullying and student suicide. What that means for your district.
The case of a New Jersey couple suing their local school district for their daughter’s suicide shows just one more reason why schools must be vigilant about school safety.
When it comes to preventing cyberbullying, school leaders need to build stronger community relations, and not simply place restrictions on technology.
As disconnect between students and educators about bullying continues to grow, a new resource highlights important facts everyone should know.
The School Leader’s Definitive Guide to Bullying Prevention offers tips and strategies to fight harassment and violence in your schools.
Schools that fail to foster open, honest communications and a positive school climate leave the door open for bullying and abuse among students.