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Bullying's Hidden Cost: Schools Lose Millions of Dollars When Kids Stay Home
Drug use, bullying up with Arizona teens Reveals One Third of Parents Uncertain How to Handle Bullying
Four out of 10 young children are being bullied
Gender differences in the relative impact of physical and relational bullying on adolescent injury and weapon carrying
Girls twice as likely as boys to remain victims of bullying
Hundreds went to class armed, S.F. study finds
Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2007
Kids of 4 in school violence
Mass school-shootings double in a decade, report shows
More under-fives suspended from school
National Study Finds Widespread Sexual Harassment of Students in Grades 7 to 12
National Survey Indicates One in Four Girls Aged 12-17 Were Involved in Serious Fights or Attacks in the Past Year
Nearly half of 11-16 year olds see bullying on journey to school
Nearly One In Three Adolescents Participated In A Violent Behavior Over The Past Year
New Study Finds Bullying and Cyberbullying are Parent's #1 Fear More Than Kidnapping, Domestic Terrorism and Suicide
New Study Finds Decline in Single-Victim School-Associated Violent Deaths
New study finds high rates of childhood exposure to violence and abuse in US
Nine of 10 teenagers have witnessed bullying on social networks, study finds
One in five 14 and 15-year-olds admits to carrying a weapon
Only 17% of children trust dad for advice about bullying

Bullies Pick on Unpopular Kids, Study Finds
Bullies target teens who cannot express emotion
Bullies, Victims and Bully-Victims
Bullying among girls in Japan and Hong Kong: An examination of the frustration-aggression model
Bullying among siblings
Bullying and Stress in Early Adolescence
Bullying at School, Home Linked
Bullying And Low Self-Esteem In Children Can Be Linked To Dental Appearance, UK
Bullying Behavior, Parents' Work Hours and Early Adolescents' Perceptions of Time Spent With Parents
Bullying Experiences Among Korean-American Adolescents
Bullying in German adolescents
Bullying in Middle School as a Function of Insecure Attachment and Aggressive Attitudes
Bullying In Order To Win Friends - New Research Shows That Immigrant Boys In Norway Bully Because They Want To Belong To A Group
Bullying in school: are short pupils at risk? Questionnaire study in a cohort
Bullying is in the genes, study suggests
Bullying of extremely low birth weight children: Associated risk factors during adolescence
A Qualitative Exploration of an Experiential Education Bully Prevention Curriculum
Attitude Training Reduces Bullying
Attachment and empathy as predictors of roles as defenders or outsiders in bullying interactions
Babes in arms help stop bullying
Beating The Bullies: Changing Real-world Behavior Through Virtual Experience
Bully Busters abbreviated: Evaluation of a group-based bully intervention and prevention program
Bullying: How Do Victims Respond to Bullies and Why?
Bullying Intervention Strategies That Work
Bullying Victimization Study At University Of Denver
Bullying: Elementary teachers' attitudes and intervention strategies
Bullying's roots traced to home
Bully-Proofing Playgrounds During School Recess
Bystanders Matter: Associations Between Reinforcing, Defending, and the Frequency of Bullying Behavior in Classrooms
Predictors of bullying involvement in young adolescents: The role of internalized and externalized anger, emotional intelligence and narcissism
Predictors of student defenders of peer aggression victims: Empathy and social cognitive factors
Program Effectiveness of a Restorative Whole-School Approach for Tackling School Bullying in Hong Kong
Pupil mentors will be trained to beat bullying
Researchers Push to Import Top Anti-Bullying Program to US Schools
Responding to Bullying
School Bullying Among Adolescents in the United States: Physical, Verbal, Relational, and Cyber
School-Based Mentoring as Selective Prevention for Bullied Children: A Preliminary Test
School-Based Programs to Reduce Bullying and Victimization
Social Skills Training as a Mean of Improving Intervention for Bullies and Victims
Solution Team: A program evaluation of an anti-bullying intervention
Young people can help prevent bullying
YouTube tackles bullying online

Bullying Prevention Programs/descriptions

The ACT Parents Raising Safe Kids program is a national research-based initiative designed to educate communities and families to create safe, healthy environments that protect children and youth from violence.

Bully-Busters offers a highly engaging, practical program aimed at preventing bullying in primary schools.

Bully Prevention Challenge Course Curriculum

The Bully Prevention Challenge Course Curriculum utilizes a challenge ropes course to address bully behaviors in seventh-grade middle school classes.

Bus Buddies program

This program works by rewarding children for good behavior rather than punishing them for bad behavior. 1) 3 buddies are assigned to ride each bus. One sits in the front; one sits in the middle, and the other is charged with the back. 2) The buddies monitor the behaviors of students around them. Those who are obeying the seven student-created rules are rewarded tickets. Buddies distribute four or five tickets per ride. 3) The receiver of the ticket then turns it in for a prize. Some of the rewards include pencils, erasers, stress balls and apples. 4) The rules are: obey the bus driver; respect others; let others sit with you; keep the bus clean; keep the aisle clear of things and self; sit in your seat, and talk quietly.

CAPSLE Program

This program gives students tools for solving conflicts at school and home and teaches them better and more effective coping skills.

This program is for children to use in social and personal education where feelings and attitudes count more than knowledge and the aim is to change children's behavior. FearNot! helps in education against bullying and ORIENT is aimed at developing intercultural empathy. This software is freely available.

This program provides individual, group, family and school community level actions to address and prevent bullying in its social context. The Program assists with the design, development, implementation, dissemination and evaluation of a social skill building and comprehensive anti-bullying program.

HALT! Bullying Prevention Program

This program addresses five critical children's health issues - nutrition, physical activity, self-esteem, grieving and bullying - through education, communications, volunteerism, grants and programming.

In KiVa, there is a strong emphasis on influencing the onlookers, who are neither bullies nor victims, to make them show that they are against bullying and to make them support the victim, rather than encourage the bully.

Lunch Buddy program

This program is a school-based lunchtime mentoring program where bullied children are paired with college student mentors who visited twice each week.

Implemented at the school, classroom, and individual levels, this program is designed to reduce bullying, prevent future bullying, and improve relationships at every level.

This is a school based physical activity program with the goals and research support that has shown an increase children's physical activity level, decrease in bullying and decrease in playground injuries.

Peaceful Schools programs, products and services are developed to promote a school community that engages students and staff in positive productive conflict resolution.

Restorative Whole-school Approach (RWsA)

The RWsA emphasizes the setting up of restorative goals, clear instructions, team building, and good relationships among students, parents, and teachers.

The TA Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports has been established by the Office of Special Education Programs, US Department of Education to give schools capacity-building information and technical assistance for identifying, adapting, and sustaining effective school-wide disciplinary practices.

Social Skills Training (SST)

Social skills training is a type of psychotherapy that works to help people improve their social skills so they can become socially competent. SST is predominantly a behavioural therapy but cognitive therapy can also be used in some situations to maximise the success of SST. This psychotherapy can be done one-on-one or in a group situation.

Solution Team

Solution Team is a series of structured meetings that any educator or counselor can learn to help a student that is being bullied.

This program teaches elementary students to recognize, refuse, and report bullying, be assertive, and build friendships.

Strengths in Motion

This program used a strengths-based approach to improve students’ school experiences.

Student Success Skills is a K-12 evidence-based model that helps students develop key cognitive, social and self-management skills.

Teasing and Bullying Unacceptable Behavior (TAB) program

The Teasing and Bullying Unacceptable Behavior (TAB) program is taught province-wide to students in grades 3 to 6 to reduce teasing and bullying directed at children with differences—particularly children who stutter.

This program is an intervention procedure for working on bully/victim problems in schools. Instead of punishing the bully, this intervention involves mediation sessions where a teacher expresses sympathy and concern for the victim to show the bully the harm they have done.

Youth Matters (YM)

This curriculum-based bullying prevention program reduces incidents of bullying by 20%.

VIII. School Violence Prevention Strategies

An Elementary School Violence Prevention Program
Antisocial conduct and decision making about aggressive behavior influence each other in teens
Baylor University Study Finds Violence-Reduction Program Improves Safety and Attendance and Decreases Need for Police in Richmond, Va., High School
Bullying and Suspensions Greatly Reduced in Schools That Follow Threat-Assessment Guidelines
Bullying Research Suggests Early Intervention, Family Involvement Key to Preventing Youth Violence
Can involvement in extra-curricular activities help prevent juvenile delinquency?
Changing Peer Perceptions and Victimization through Classroom Arrangements: A Field Experiment
Crime Report Recommends Changing Early School Start Times
Elementary School Intervention Helpful for Adulthood
Evaluation of a Theater-Based Youth Violence Prevention Program for Elementary School Children
Exercise helps overweight children reduce anger expression
Families and schools together: An experimental study of multi-family support groups for children at risk
Foot massages calm unruly pupils
Good Behavior Game
Good relationship with teacher can protect first graders from aggression
Improving Interactions: The Effects of Implementing the Fight-Free Schools Violence Prevention Program
Improving the school environment to reduce school violence: a review of the literature
Including all staff in an alternative school's effort to reduce violence
Indiana University professor examines how school violence was averted
Is Gun Control Less Effective Than Reducing Social Exclusion At Reducing Gun Crime?
New Report Shows that the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative Can Reduce Violence and Promote Safer Schools
NIDA Study Shows School-Based Prevention Program Reduces Problem Behaviors in Fifth-Graders by Half
On-Line Screening for Autism and Mental Health Issues Provides Parents With Immediate Results
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Positive behavioral interventions programs found to improve student behavior and learning
Preliminary Results of a Comprehensive Approach to Prevent Antisocial Behaviour in Preschool and Primary School Pupils in Luxembourg
Project SKIP (Screening Kids for Intervention and Prevention)
Promoting Mental Health and Preventing Substance Abuse and Violence in Elementary Students: A Randomized Control Study of the Michigan Model for Health
Pupils 'behave better than 1970s'
Reducing adolescents' involvement with relational aggression: Evaluating the effectiveness of the Creating A Safe School (CASS) intervention
Reducing disruptive behavior in an urban school cafeteria: An extension of the Good Behavior Game
Reducing levels of elementary school violence with peer mediation
School Based Mental Health Services Reduce School Violence
School-based strategies to prevent violence, trauma, and psychopathology: The challenges of going to scale
School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports
The clinical effectiveness of different parenting programmes for children with conduct problems: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials
The Good Behavior Game and the Future of Prevention and Treatment
The impact of positive behavior support to decrease discipline referrals with elementary students
The Preventing Relational Aggression in Schools Everyday Program: A Preliminary Evaluation of Acceptability and Impact
The Social Justice Roots of the Mentors in Violence Prevention Model and Its Application in a High School Setting
Top-Rated Prevention Program Cuts Violent Behavior by up to 50%
Violence may be a 'socially infectious disease'
Violence-Free Zone Initiative

School Violence Prevention Programs/descriptions

Creating A Safe School (CASS)

This program is a multifaceted change process that brings together a community of caring adults (administrators, teachers, staff, parents) with students to work together to change the social culture in a school or school district.

This program is a collaborative parent-professional partnership, which builds protective factors using a multi-family group process for pre-school, elementary and middle school youth, ages 3-14, to reduce risk for alcohol and other drug abuse, school failure, and juvenile delinquency.

Fight-Free Schools violence prevention process

Fight-Free Schools violence prevention process.

This is an evidence-based prevention program for schools, families, and communities.

This is a gender violence, bullying, and school violence prevention approach that encourages young men and women from all socioeconomic, racial and ethnic backgrounds to take on leadership roles in their schools and communities.

Michigan Model for Health (MMH)

A school curriculum designed to improve student health, knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors.

This is a nationally recognized, evidence-based program that improves academics, behavior, and character.

This program is an empirically validated, function-based approach to eliminate challenging behaviors and replace them with prosocial skills.

Preventing Relational Aggression in Schools Everyday (PRAISE) Program

PRAISE is a 20-session classroom-based universal prevention program, designed to be appropriate and responsive to the needs of youth within the urban school context.

Morningside Center's 4Rs Program integrates conflict resolution into the language arts curriculum for pre-K through middle school.

This is an evidence-based classroom program that has shown dramatic effect in reducing levels of aggression among school children by raising social/emotional competence and increasing empathy.

The Second Step violence prevention program is a prevention program designed for use with children in schools. The impulse control and problem solving component of the Second Step program includes the identification of one's own feelings, understanding what the problem is, identifying solutions, friendship making, and positive communication strategies, which purports to have a positive effect on children's behavior.

This program is a multimedia, computer-based violence-prevention intervention that uses games, simulations, graphics, cartoons, and interactive interviews to engage young adolescents in learning new skills to resolve conflicts without violence.

This is an interactive program for young people that uses improvisational theater workshops to teach violence prevention, conflict resolution, and decision-making.

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