NEA’s Bully Free: It Starts With Me
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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
...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.
BullyIf you haven't seen the documentary film Bully, view it online at PBS.org through November 13, 2014.
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