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NEA’s Bully Free: It Starts With Me


 

The NEA Bullying Prevention Kit

Designed by educators for educators, this kit reflects the best available research on bullying prevention:.

Funded in part by the Gill Foundation.

 

Tray Chaney, Actor and Rap Artist, Speaks Out Against Bullying, Endorses NEA Bully Free: It Starts With Me Campaign:

 

NEA President Lily Eskelsen García: One Caring Adult Can Make All the Difference in a Bullied Student’s Life.

"I hope to never hear an educator or a parent or a Sunday School teacher say to a frightened bullied child, 'Just ignore it.' Schools that are seeing a decrease in bullying are not ignoring it.  They are acting."
--Lily Eskelsen Garcia, Fall 2014


Student Bullying, the Brain and Bonding

What research tells us about long-lasting brain damage in bullied students, and why educators should take it very seriously.


Key Facts Every Educator Should Know About Bullying


Take The Pledge

...and receive a free poster and pin!

It’s time to create a bully-free nation. We’ve got the research and the resources. Now it is time to act. Take the pledge now.


  • Bullyfree Poster in Spanish

Bully

If you haven't seen the documentary film Bully, view it online at PBS.org through November 13, 2014.

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