National Initiatives


BullyingInfo.org Bullying Prevention and Intervention

From the U. S. Department of Education

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Stop Bullying Now!

Government sponsored. Information is customized available to the following interest groups:
  • Youth Advisors
  • Kids
  • Parents and Family
  • Educators
  • Mental Health
  • Health and Safety
  • Law Enforcement and Justice

Click here for information on how this program was planned, organized, and promoted. (The presentation is best viewed in the browser Safari.)





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Mix It Up at Lunch Day and All Year Long


"Teaching Tolerance's Mix It Up program is a national campaign that helps K-12 teachers develop inclusive school communities.

Students thrive—socially and academically—in schools that are inclusive. Yet, for far too many students, schools are hotbeds of exclusion. Social scientists have long maintained that contact between diverse groups helps alleviate tensions and reduce prejudice. Mix It Up seeks to break down the barriers between students and improve intergroup relations so there are fewer misunderstandings that can lead to conflicts, bullying and harassment. "




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Character Education Partnership


Character Education Partnership is the leading national advocate for character education. Our goal is to strengthen our communities, nation, and democracy by empowering teachers, schools, and school administrators.

  • Resources
  • Professional Development
  • Model Programs





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The Foundation for a Better Life

The Pass It On national campaign.

For Students: Values on Campus
For Faculty and Administration: Values on Campus

"We are committed to spreading the message of positive values. We hope you will take full advantage of the resources offered here by The Foundation for a Better Life. We also encourage you to develop and share your own ideas about how to promote positive values on your campus. If you need additional information or assistance obtaining any of our resources please contact sarah.j@values.com . Please also read our usage guidelines."