October–Bullying Prevention Month

This month serves as a reminder that bullying prevention must be addressed, and one way to accomplish this is through educating ourselves, our communities and the youth in our lives.

In a letter to educational colleagues from the Department of Education, dated August 20, 2013, the DOE writes that bullying can undermine a student’s ability to achieve his or her full academic potential.

“Bullying of any student by another student, for any reason, cannot be tolerated in our schools.”

Students with disabilities are disproportionately affected by bullying.  (See our new course available October 15, “Every Educator an Advocate: Understanding the Special Needs Process”)

To help all educators create environments that are safe and conducive to learning, we are offering a deep discount on three of our courses designed to meet these needs.

What Educators Say About These Courses:

Bullying and Beyond:  Tools for Understanding and Engaging 21

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