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Bullying Prevention in Schools Starts with SEL

Bullying has been acknowledged as a problem in schools for decades, but recent media attention and state regulations have increased the pressure on educators to effectively address the problem. This white paper from Committee for Children, the creators of the Second Step program, outlines the three components a school needs for comprehensive bullying prevention while focusing specifically on one: social-emotional learning (SEL). Implementing a research-based SEL program as part of comprehensive bullying prevention benefits students who are bullied, those who bully, and even students who witness bullying (the largest segment of children affected by bullying behavior).

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