TITLE

Creating An Anti-Bullying Culture In Secondary Schools: Characterists to Consider When Constructing Appropriate Anti-Bullying Programs

AUTHOR(S)
JONES, JOSEPH R.; AUGUSTINE, SHARON MURPHY
PUB. DATE
June 2015
SOURCE
American Secondary Education;Summer2015, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p73
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Bullying in schools is a tremendous challenge that many secondary educators are attempting to address within their school environments. However, educators are often unsure of the attributes of an effective anti-bullying program; thus, they tend to create programs on a "trial and error" basis. This article provides an overview of the problem of bullying and discusses six characteristics that should be included in attempting to create an effective anti-bullying program: community involvement, an assessment of the school climate, a consensus on the definition of bullying, student and parental engagement, professional development for faculty and staff, and ongoing program evaluation.
ACCESSION #
108991090

 

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