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Bullying

We encourage families, students, schools, organizations and other groups to become better informed about the issues around bullying. Unite with the Utah Parent Center (UPC) and our sister organization the PACER Center to prevent bullying in several ways. Read and become informed about bullying, its impact and strategies for prevention and remediating the effects. Engage in conversations at your child’s school to better understand what is happening to prevent bullying and address it when it occurs.

Bullying-Specific Information Sheets

The following is a list of the Utah Parent Center’s Info Sheets as they relate to Bullying.

UPC’s Bullying e-Journal

It takes a community to prevent bullying of children. We encourage families, students, schools, organizations and other groups be become better informed about the issues around bullying. Read this publication to become informed about bullying, its impact and strategies for prevention and remediating the effects.
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PACER’s National Center for Bullying Prevention
PACER’s National Center for Bullying Prevention unites, engages and educates communities nationwide to address bullying through creative, relevant and interactive resources. With the help of teen sensations the likes of Demi Lovato and Michael & Marisa, this national center is bringing the best in bullying prevention resources directly to you and your family!

PACER Center’s Teens Against Bullying
Learning how to identify, respond, listen and act are key to stopping bullying among teens in America. Find out more about what YOU can do to stop bullying, sign the petition, get involved and get connected.

PACER Center’s Kids Against Bullying
With access to great tools like games, contests, videos, a petition, the “Club Crew” and more, this comprehensive site will help you as you work with your kids to stop bullying.

From the White House

President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have made statements on cases of bullying and suicide that have made the news. See what they said!

 

President Obama: It Gets Better

Several young people have taken their own lives after being bullied by their peers. Their deaths are shocking and heartbreaking tragedies. No one should have to endure relentless harassment or tormenting.

 

 

Secretary of State Clinton: Tomorrow Will Be Better

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivers a message to the LGBT community that “Tomorrow Will Be Better”.

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