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No More Bully

October 26, 2006 1 min read
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Stop Bullying Now, a Web site sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ National Bullying Prevention Campaign, provides bullying prevention resources for adults and additional resources specifically for educators. The site is also available in Spanish.

Learn more about Stop Bullying Now.

In addition to fact and tip sheets, Stop Bullying Now also features 12 webisodes, short animated stories designed to illustrate how bullying affects kids in different ways. The webisodes are available for download, along with a transcript of post-Webisode discussion questions.

The site was developed in close concert with a Youth Expert Panel, a group of middle and high school students who shared their experiences with bullying. Their input was used to ensure that the site reflected the real-life impact of bullying. Other features include interactive games, prevention information on cyberbullying, and tips and resources for families.

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