Committee for Children Blog

When Bullying Is Racially Motivated: Recognizing It for What It Is and Supporting Kids to Be Anti-Racist Upstanders

All forms of bullying harm kids, but biased-based harassment—when the underlying cause or motivation is prejudice—causes specific, increased harm. University of Michigan’s Dr. Deborah Rivas-Drake provides recommendations for how adults can recognize racially motivated bullying and support kids to be upstanders.Read More


Stories That Will Inspire Your Bullying Prevention Efforts

Bullying prevention efforts at schools can benefit children in real ways. Start with educating educators. Principals and teachers talk bullying prevention.

Calling all social-emotional learning (SEL) and bullying prevention advocates. That’s you, teachers and administrators.

Our passion and commitment to SEL matters to kids every day. When we share what works with one another, listen, exchanRead More


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What Parents Want You to Know About Bullying

Bullying prevention involves parents and schools working together to support the children.

In honor of National Bullying Prevention Month, our SEL in Education contributing writer, Kim Gulbrandson, shares her takeaways from parents who’ve dealt with bullying with the hope that others who are currently or may someday be involved in such situations can build strength from these families’ stories.Read More