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Identify, Intervene, Advocate

How to Identify Bullying

Identifying bullying is the first step toward taking action to stop it and prevent it in the future.


How to Intervene in a Bullying Incident

Respond quickly and consistently to bullying behavior in order to send the message that it is not acceptable.

How to Be an Advocate for Bullied Students

Support students who have been bullied. Plead their cause. Be their champions.

Edcommunities Groups

Collaborate with educators on this topic in the groups below.

.DID YOU KNOW In the next 7 minutes, a child in the U.S. will be bullied. It may be the son or daughter of someone you know. It may even be your own child. Meanwhile, only four in 100 adults will intervene. And only 11 percent of the child’s peers might do the same. The rest — 85 percent — will do nothing- Bullying is the NO. 1 Crisis Facing Children Today. It has infiltrated our homes, schools, communities and our children’s lives.The effects of bullying are far reaching, academic failure, teen suicide, school shootings, and mental health disorders; this epidemic has affected each and every one of us.

My primary goal is to provide support and current, accurate resources for educators, parents and community members regarding LGBT/SOGI youth. This group will provide an outlet to share stories or triumphs, teachable moments, myth busting, safe zone conversations, and most importantly to provide support for all LGBT/SOGI youth in a warm, welcoming environment. �My hope is that one day children will NOT be defined by acronyms or labels, BUT instead defined by what is in their hearts and not by what is in their pants.�

Take the Pledge:

Take the pledge to change school climate and let’s make our schools Bully Free!