Below are some suggested Bullying Prevention resources with information and guidance for parents and guardians.
- Stop Bullying.gov
- Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center
- International Bullying Prevention Association
- Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre Bullying Awareness Videos
- NationwideChildrens.org: Bullying Information for Parents
- Stomp Bullying Out
- Psychology in Bullying – Psychology.org
- Bullying Advice
- Book Resources to Help Youth
- Cyberbullying Research Center
- Common Sense Media
- WiredSafety: Online Safety, Education, and Help Group
- What You Need to Know About Cyberbullying
- The Parents’ Guide to Teaching your Teen Online Safety
- Cyberbullying-How To Protect Your Child
- Teaching Digital Citizenship
- What Is Cyberbullying?
- Family Online Safety Contract
- Technology Use Contract
- Guide To Preventing Cyberbullying
- What To Do If My Child Is The Cyberbully
- Cyberbullying Myths and Facts
- OUCH! Newsletter: Online Security for Kids
- Children and Screens: Helping children lead healthy lives in a digital world
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