Beyond Resolving Bullying Incidents

Willard, Nancy
May 2013
District Administration;May2013, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p72
The article tackles several issues on resolving bullying incidents in U.S. schools. It points out how schools can be held financially liable in student harassment incidents and cites the research findings on strategies implemented by schools to intervene in student harassment. Guidelines for effective bullying prevention and intervention are offered, such as investigating reported incidents fully, holding students who have caused harm accountable, and addressing hostility systematically.


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