An anti-bullying website by the US Government
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StopBullying.gov is a US federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, providing a wealth of resources for the prevention and reduction of bullying in school. Current information on a range of bullying topics is sourced from various US government agencies, coordinated by the US Department of Education. Readers navigate this comprehensive website through five sections: “what bullying is”, “what cyberbullying is”, “who is at risk”,” how to prevent bullying” and “how to respond to bullying”.
Of note is the rich gallery of videos on this website that can be used with students to promote awareness on topics related to bullying.
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