Bullying & Cyberbullying

Conflict is normal. Bullying is not. Youth most at risk for being a target of bullying are often those perceived as different. Bullying peaks in the 7th grade while cyberbullying peaks in the 8th grade. Early education and positive norm-settting are keys to empowering upstanding.

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Stopbullying.gov is a federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services dedicated to bullying and cyberbullying prevention.

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Don’t worry, you won’t be graded on this pop quiz, instead you'll get to show what you’ve learned about what bullying is and who it affects.

Don't cheat and use your phone on this 15-question quiz that will test your knowledge of what the research says about cyberbullying.


Found out which state and local lawmakers have taken action to prevent bullying and protect children at stopbullying.gov.

Find resources, activity kits, videos, and educational series for elementary through high school at Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center.


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