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Creating an Anti-Bullying Program: The Components

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Author/Source: KidCheck

Topic: Bullying

By including bullying prevention, your organization will foster an environment that encourages transparency, prioritizes communication, and empowers kids and youth to respect and support each other.

 

 

Bullying comes in various forms: physical, cultural, verbal, emotional, sexual, and cyberbullying. Stopbullying.gov shares that nationwide, 20% of kids ages 12-18 experienced some form of bullying in the last year. Cyberbullying had the most significant increase at 21% overall. Regardless of socioeconomic factors or whether kids attend a public or private school, church, ministry, camp, sports, daycare, or after-school program, bullying occurs with effects that can follow a child into adulthood.

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