Resources for Administrators
Auburn University held an anti-bullying summit in June of 2011 in an effort to begin a dialogue among professionals and educators across the state of Alabama. Their mission is to facilitate action-oriented conversations via a premiere conference designed to share information, current thinking, and research about a serious problem facing our schools and communities—bullying. The conference was designed to create on-going local, state, and national coalitions for pK-12 educators, higher education faculty and administrators, student leaders, mental health practitioners, researchers, community leaders, policymakers, and other professionals who are engaged in on-going work to address pK-20 bullying and cyber-bullying in learning environments.
The National School Safety Center serves as an advocate for safe, secure and peaceful schools worldwide and as a catalyst for the prevention of school crime and violence. NSSC provides school communities and their school safety partners with quality information, resources, consultation, and training services. The National School Safety Center identifies and promotes strategies, promising practices and programs that support safe schools for all students as part of the total academic mission.
Articles and Tools for Administrators
Bus Drivers and Bully Prevention from the National Education Association
Cyberbullying from Principal Leadership
Findings from the National Education Association's Nationwide Study of Bullying: Teachers' and Education Support Professionals' Perspectives from the National Education Association
This compendium provides researchers, prevention specialists, and health educators with tools to measure a range of bullying experiences: bully perpetration, bully victimization, bully-victim experiences, and bystander experiences.