National Bullying Prevention Month

This year marks the 10th anniversary of National Bullying Prevention Month.

Started in October 2006, National Bullying Prevention Month is a campaign found by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, National Education Association, National PTA, American Federation for Teachers, and National Coalition for Parent Involvement Education. During the month of October, communities nationwide join together through hosting events, activities, outreach, and education. The goal is to raise awareness in bullying prevention so that bullying stops before it even begins.

Ways to Get Involved:

1. Be part of a cause that’s uniting a nation

2. Encourage students to take the pledge to be a kid against bullying

3. Let everyone you know about National Bullying Prevention Month

4. Use PACER’s classroom or community toolkits to educate students, adults, or people in the community.

5. Wear an orange PACER t-shirt and be united

6. Meet new friends

7. Inspire others in joining this movement

For more information, please visit:

the Bullying App

Bullying research statistics 

stopbullying.gov

pacer.org

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