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Bullying Policies and Prevention Efforts. Susan P. Limber, PhD, MLS Clemson University. State Laws on Bullying. 2. State Laws on Bullying. Require that officials establish & enforce policies against bullying in public schools.

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Bullying policies and prevention efforts

Bullying Policies and Prevention Efforts

Susan P. Limber, PhD, MLSClemson University


State laws on bullying

State Laws on Bullying

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State laws on bullying1

State Laws on Bullying

  • Require that officials establish & enforce policies against bullying in public schools.

  • Vary in their definitions and policy requirements and recommendations:

    • Reporting, immunity for reporting

    • Investigation

    • Parental notification

    • Discipline for children who bully

    • Training

    • Prevention


Misdirections in bullying prevention intervention

Misdirections in Bullying Prevention & Intervention

  • Zero tolerance policies

  • Conflict resolution/peer mediation

  • Group treatment for children who bully

  • Simple, short-term solutions


Best practices in bullying prevention intervention

Best Practices in Bullying Prevention & Intervention

  • Focus on the school’s social environment

  • Assess bullying

  • Garner staff and parent support

  • Have a representative team coordinate efforts

  • Train all staff

  • Establish and enforce rules and policies

  • Increase adult supervision in “hot spots”

  • Intervene consistently and appropriately

  • Focus some class time on prevention

  • Continue efforts over time


Evaluation of bullying prevention programs

Evaluation of Bullying Prevention Programs

  • Ttofi & Farrington (2008, 2009) meta-analysis:

    • Rigorous study (included 30 programs, 59 studies, 200+ participants in each)

    • Conclusions:

      • School-based programs can be effective (20-23% reduction of bullying).

      • There are variations in the effects of different programs.

      • Those “inspired by the work of Dan Olweus worked best.”


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