Best Practices in Bully Prevention A review of bullying prevention programs and feedback from educators in the field led us to suggest 10 strategies that represent "best practice" in bullying prevention and intervention.
California Department of Education The Frequently Asked Questions about bullying are extracted from key concepts in the California Dept. of Education's "Bullying at School" for educators, students, families, and community safety partners.
LAUSD Resources for schools to address various levels of bullying prevention and intervention  Human Relations, Diversity & Equity (213) 241-5636, Educational Equity & Compliance (Special education, Title IX, Project 10 violations (213) 241-7682, Behavior Support (School-wide Discipline Foundation Policy training) (213) 241-8051, Multidisciplinary Teams Unit (SST training) (213) 241-5407, General Counsel (213) 241-7600, School Mental Health (213) 241-3841, Suicide Prevention Unit (213) 241-1259, LASPD School Police (213) 625-6631
Resources for StudentsResources for Students Comprehensive websites for students, parents and schools.
Creating a Safe & Respectful Environment in our Nation's Classrooms This training toolkit is made up of two modules that address bullying in classrooms. Specifically, it is designed for trainers to assist teachers in cultivating meaningful relationships with students while creating a positive climate in the classroom.