NEA's Bully Free: It Starts With Me

January 2013
NEA Today;Winter2013, p14
The article focuses on the prevention of school bullying based from the U.S. National Education Agency (NEA). Topics discussed the NEA Bullying Prevention Kit, the critical role played by school climate in the prevention of bullying, and the documentary film "Bully." Also mentioned is the stand of educators during National Bullying Prevention Month.


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