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Governance and Policy ResourcesResearch, guidance and services for effective school board governance

CSBA resources:

School safety: Bullying and cyberbullying 

Research and policy governance brief including definitions, statistics, information on the impacts of bullying and cyberbullying, signs of being bullied or bullying, how LEAs can help students and families, examples of LEAs' bullying prevention communication, sample questions for board members and relevant guidance and resources.

Condemning harassment, violence and hatred toward people of Asian descent  (Word Version)

Sample resolution template on condemning harassment, violence and hatred toward Asian Americans.

Bullying prevention starts with relationships

Blog post on bullying awareness, prevention and resources to support local educational agencies. 

Latest national data: Cyberbullying is on the rise in schools

A blog post about national data on bullying in digital spaces and survey results for the 2016–17 school year from the National Center for Education Statistics.

Additional resources:

Anti-Bullying Resources from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Resources from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about what parents, school staff, and other adults in the community can do to build a safe school environment and create a community-wide bullying prevention strategy.

Fast Fact: Preventing Bullying

A fact sheet from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on what bullying is, its consequences, and prevention strategies. 

Bullying Prevention: It's Up To Us To Help Stop Bullying

Resources from the California State PTA to prevent cyberbullying and support materials for Bullying Prevention Awareness Month.

Cyber Safety

Tips and strategies to prevent cyberbullying from the California State PTA. 

California LGBTQ Youth Report, by Human Right Campaign Foundation (1/19)

This report is based on survey responses from 1,700 California-based LGBTQ youth who took part in a national survey administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and the University of Connecticut in 2017.  The steps outlined in this report are to improve the safety, inclusion and well-being of LGBTQ youth.