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Bullying Prevention

NEA is committed to helping members engage in bullying prevention.

Bullying plays a pervasive rule in the lies of today’s students. We provide resources and skills to prevent student-to-student bullying and cyberbullying. 

Because of this training, I can educate fellow paraeducators in my building to advocate for those who are bullied, but also educate those labeled as bullies to help them understand bullying behavior. –Training participant

The foundation of these resources is our Bullying & Sexual Harassment training. Topics covered in our trainings include:

  • Bullying Awareness: An awareness workshop introduces participants to NEA’s Bully Free Awareness Kit, which covers three inclusive topics: What is Bullying? How Do I Intervene?, and How Do I Advocate?
  • Understanding Bullying and Sexual Harassment: An interactive workshop exploring  four interrelated topics (bullying, sexual harassment, cyber bullying, and sexting). 

We also offer longer seminars geared to specific audiences (e.g., education support personnel), unique issues (e.g., cyberbullying), and/or local needs (e.g., planning a school-wide approach to bullying prevention).

Ready to get involved? Learn more and request a training.

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Our students need advocates ready and able to disrupt all forms of oppression in our schools and beyond. Our free, research-based, educator-driven trainings help you get there.
National Education Association

Great public schools for every student

The National Education Association (NEA), the nation's largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA's 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.