Bullying is a harmful action towards another student or any act that infringes on a student’s rights at school. It is important to know ways to prevent and respond to bullying in school. This presentation discusses what schools are required to do under the law including creating a positive environment for all students. Listen to the conversation regarding what students, families, educators and communities can do to help in providing a safe and welcoming environment for all students.
Addressing Bullying with the IEP | The IEP is an important tool in protecting students from bullying.
The Signs: What Every Parent Should Know about Bullying | Parents can familiarize themselves with the different forms of bullying children may experience.
The Statistics: A Snapshot of Bullying, Schools and a Child with Special Needs | Sixty percent of students with disabilities reported being bullied compared to 25 percent of the general
What Are Public Schools Required to Do When Students with Disabilities Are Bullied? | Parent fact sheet on the requirements for schools when students with disabilities are bullied and links to resources
¿Que deben hacer las escuelas públicas cuando los estudiantes con discapacidades son acosados? | Hoja informativa para padres sobre los requisitos para las escuelas cuando los estudiantes con discapacidades son acosados y enlaces a recursos
What is Harrassment, Intimidation, Bullying? | New Jersey Statutory Definition of Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying
10 Tips to Protect Your Child Online | Help grow your parent tool kit by downloading this documents with 10 tips to protect your special needs child online.
Stopbullying.gov | Teaching kids how to identify bullying and how to stand up to it safely
parentcenterhub.org/repository/bullying | Useful resources for stopping bullying