Why America Might Lose the Battle Against Bullying, How We Can Win is written for the teachers, parents and students who need support in their frontline effort to reduce harmful student interactions in their school. It is one schools journey out of the tyranny of student bullying through proper assessment of the problem, team development and reliance upon a sound measurable program. It is a compelling story about a student movement that provides schools a template for action. While presented in a fictional setting it presents honest student, parent and teacher perspectives about the reality of bullying as well as real tools that can be utilized in any school environment. This book contains applied research concepts, templates for program design, student and parent surveys, a behavior checklist and other informal ways to measure success. Additionally there are resources to help schools obtain funding for your anti-bully program including a funding request letter and sample grant.
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