5 Inspiring Songs That Battle Bullying

#5. “Mean Girls” by Rachel Crow “Mean Girls” is a pop song that was released in 2012. Crow’s message is simple, there are mean girls at every school. We know them all too well, and most of us have had an experience with one. I won’t let it get to me no more I don’t… Continue reading 5 Inspiring Songs That Battle Bullying

Anonymous Alerts Teams Up With PNW BOCES to Stop Bullying in NY Public Schools

by Dylan Buckley According to an article on New York’s Southeast Patch, the company Anonymous Alerts has developed an app that allows students to report bullying and other negative activity in schools anonymously. They have formed a partnership with the Putnam North Winchester Board of Cooperative Education Services to distribute the anti-bullying app throughout the… Continue reading Anonymous Alerts Teams Up With PNW BOCES to Stop Bullying in NY Public Schools

NSV Highlight on: Beyond Bullies

Beyond Bullies is a great organization that helps create awareness about bullying and its impact. They provide an online, confidential chat service with E-Teen Leaders. These leaders are trained teens who take a stand against bullying, talking with other teens who have been bullied. The leadership role doesn’t end there. Teens are trained to become active… Continue reading NSV Highlight on: Beyond Bullies

NSV Highlight on: Ditch the Label

by Sean Hedden Ditch the Label is one of the largest anti-bullying organizations. A digital non-profit serving the United States, United Kingdom, and Mexico. By using digital support mentors, they provide resources and help young people overcome issues like low self-esteem. Their website provides research that understands contemporary trends in bullying and they produce public… Continue reading NSV Highlight on: Ditch the Label

NSV Highlight on: StopBullying.gov

by Sean Hedden The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has created stopbullying.gov in order to respond to and prevent the problem of bullying in schools. This website answers questions for concerned parents, students, and  community members who want their children to be safe. The site defines bullying, the roles youth play, and how it… Continue reading NSV Highlight on: StopBullying.gov

NSV Highlight on: PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center

The PACER Center trains and informs families of children with disabilities. They see that bullying is a problem for all types of children, especially those with disabilities. So they created PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Now celebrating its 10th year of October’s National Bullying Prevention Month, the Bullying Prevention Center promotes events all over the… Continue reading NSV Highlight on: PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center