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Why Don’t Kids Report Bullying?

Bullying can have significant consequences for everyone involved, yet there is strong evidence that young people often do not report bullying to adults. That may lead to adults underestimating the extent of the problem at schools. It’s important for children and adults to recognize the warning signs of bullying and take a stand against it.
Find out what to do

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It Can Happen to Anyone

What do Oprah, Queen Latifah, Carlos Santana, and millions of non-celebrities have in common? Tragically, they suffered sexual abuse as children. It happens, and children are never to blame. We launched our Early, Open, Often campaign to help adults learn how to help prevent abuse and how to handle situations when abuse is suspected.
Learn what to do if abuse happens

Maurice Elias

SEL and Teaching the Whole Child

A recent article featured in the San Jose Mercury News reported that social-emotional learning is gaining popularity in Bay Area Schools as a way to prepare students for life, not just tests. The article quotes our executive director, Joan Duffell, along with development expert Maurice Elias on the academic, social, emotional, and health benefits of SEL.
Read the article

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