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Bullying

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Emily Buchbinder

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Amend the Safe and Drug-free Schools and Communities Act to Include Bullying and Harassment prevention programs
Cyberbullying Stats
Overview of the Problem
A public conference was held in Washington, DC in 1926.
NAEYC promotes high-quality early learning
Vision Statement is that all young children thrive and learn in a society dedicated to ensuring they reach their full potential

NAEYC
http://www.whitehouse.gov/photos-and-video/video/2011/03/10/president-obama-first-lady-address-bullying
Position of Obama on Bullying
by Katie Thomas, Gianna Van Heel, Emily Molinich, Emily Buchbinder, and Rachael Veronda
General Statistics
Evidence of the Problem
ACLU protects individual rights

Prevention of Child Abuse

Cultural Diversity

Early Learning Standards
NAEYC Beliefs/Stance
Bullying
is a social interaction in which an assertive and dominating person exhibits aggressive behavior that causes distress and either physical or emotional harm to a less dominant individual.

Types of Bullying:
Verbal
Social
Physical
Cyberbullying

Causes:
Cultural
Institutional
Social Issues
Family Issues
Bully's Personal History
Having Power
32% of students are bullied once a month

23% of students act as bullies

71% of attackers in school violence were bullied before attacking

⅓ of teens who use the Internet said they'd experienced some kind of online harassment

More than 70% of teen internet users experienced at least one incident of online intimidation in the previous year

Effects of Bullying
“If there’s one goal of this conference, it’s to dispel the myth that bullying is just a harmless rite of passage or an inevitable part of growing up. It’s not.”

-Make an extra effort to be engaged

-Parents involved in activities both in and out of school

-Not only parents but anyone working with children should be involved with the prevention of bullying

-Leads to absences and poor performance

physical, school, and mental health effects


violent or risky behaviors into adulthood


suicide
Hazing
59% know about hazing

Overview of the Problem
Why is Bullying Important?
Affects millions of different students
1 out of every 4 kids is bullied
Child and teen bullying is at an all-time high
Suicide is becoming an alternative for many victims
Many new technologies to bully with
Twitter
Ask.fm
Yik Yak
Kids who are hurt can not contribute positively to society
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
founded January 19, 1920 in response to the Palmer Raids

works to protect First Amendment rights
equal protection under the law, right to due process, and the right to privacy
extends rights to segments of our population who have traditionally been denied their rights
What can you do?
ACLU Stance on...
only 19 states have antibullying legislation
Student Speech
Students must have the right to express themselves freely without fear of censorship or surveillance.

Surveillance and Privacy
Social media accounts should be private. School officials do not have the right to look through your password-protected information.

Censorship
Censorship is unconstitutional because freedom of speech is protected in the First Amendment, and is guaranteed to all Americans.
Don't be a bystander
Report bullying
Accept people for their differences
Help and befriend people who have been bullied
Try to include everyone
Make people feel like they are important
Suicide Lifeline:
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
1 (800) 273-8255

Katie's solution - how to solve the problem
creation of a mandatory class in schools
learn psychological consequences
victim: depression, anxiety, loss of interest, mental health problems, etc.
bully: abusive of alcohol and drugs, peers, and romantic partners or children

When laws are not enforced and integrated into our daily lives, we most likely do not even know they exist!
Emily B's Solution- How to Solve the Problem
assess bullying anonymously in school

Every school must have a law or policy

have all school staff educated on how to handle certain situations with bullying in case a student does not want to approach only the guidance office

Parents and caretakers are engaged and aware
Emily M's Solution- How to Solve the Problem
prevent bullying before it occurs

government needs to create stable environments for all children.
provide aid to underprivileged families

help all kids with their social and family issues in school
more likely to also be caring towards others

increase surveillance
Gianna's Solution - how to solve the problem
Anti-Bullying Campaigns
public service announcement style
keep bullying a prevalent issue







Stricter Punishments
increase the risk, decrease the value of the reward
assess frequency, severity, and type, and punish accordingly
use surveillance methods to support accusations
Bullying
Rachael's Solution
Don't be a bystander
Educate children about bullying at an early age
Build Awareness
Become involved
Group Solution

educate the kids in school
ensure that all staff members know how to handle bullying situations
create a stronger connection between students and counselors
stricter punishment
increased surveillance

Summary
introduced on January 16, 2014
Amends the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act
Requires LEA’s to establish a complaint system
BRAVE Act
Safe Schools Improvement Act of 2013

Description:
introduced May 29, 2014
Main goal: to require reporting of bullying
Amends the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA)
Requires LEA's (local education agencies) to annually review policies on bullying.
Directs each LEA to explain to all of its students and their parents the bullying reported

Assessment:
raises awareness of bullying
keeps bullying a relevant issue
decreases the bystander effect

no direct discipline for bullies
some students might not step forward
hard to report every single small incident



Description:
March 14, 2013
Amends the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965
Requires LEA's to establish policies
Prohibits bullying and harassment to affect a students' education
Requires Secretary of Education to evaluate

Assessment:

Provides a consequence
Provides incentive to stop bullying
Keeps bullying a relevant issue

Isn't always effective
Cyberbullying can be anonymous
Assessment
keeps bullying a relevant issue
involves not only students but parents
no direct discipline for bullies
some complaints might not be valid and might be blown out of proportion



Rep. Danny K. Davis
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