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8 Effective Ways to Bully-Proof Your Child

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Know School Policies


The National School Safety and Security Services strongly believe bullying should be included in school policies.

Make sure you know your child's school policies on bullying. Talk to your child's teacher about how bullying is handled in your child's classroom, and voice any concerns you have.

HRSA has started a campaign against school bullying called Stop Bullying Now. Visit their website for a full list of resources and materials on how parents and teachers can help fight bullying.

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