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Bullying Prevention Resources

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month and GLSEN has several resources for students and educators. In addition, GLSEN is partnering with our friends at Disney as part of its Disney: Be Inspired campaign to raise awareness of bullying prevention..

#Choose Kindness with Disney Junior

Support "Choose Kindness", a bullying prevention campaign created by Disney ABC Television Group's efforts to encourage children and parents across the nation to help put an end to bullying by choosing kindness.
Watch anti-bullying PSA videos made by the stars of DIsney XD and ABC Family.

To learn more about how you can put an end to bullying check out these GLSEN bullying prevention resources: 

GLSEN's Anti-Bullying PSA

GLSEN's Safe Space Kit: Be an ally to LGBT Youth

Designed to help you create a safe space for LGBT youth in schools:

Get the Facts: Realities of LGBT Students & Strategies to Create Safer Schools for All

GLSEN partnered with Familia Es Familia to release a resource exploring the statistics around LGBT bullying and harassment. It is available in English and Spanish.   

GLSEN’s 25 Days for Safer Schools back-to-school campaign:

For 25 consecutive school days, we highlighted some of our resources in the areas of Educators, Curriculum, Students, GLSEN Chapters and Public Policy.

Playgrounds and Prejudice: Elementary School Climate in the U.S.

Based on national surveys of 1,065 elementary school students in 3rd to 6th grade and 1,099 elementary school teachers of K-6th grade, examines students' and teachers' experiences with biased remarks and bullying, and their attitudes about gender expression and family diversity.

From Teasing to Torment: School Climate in America 

This report compiles national surveys of over 3,400 students aged 13-18 and over 1,000 secondary school teachers. The report explores students’ and teachers’ experiences with bullying and harassment, and their attitudes about this serious problem. 

National School Climate Survey:

LGBT Students Experience Pervasive Harassment, But School-Based Resources and Supports Are Making a Difference - See more at: