Embedding bullying interventions into a comprehensive system of student and learning supports

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While everybody agrees that school bullying is a major problem, considerable controversy exists over the best way to address the problem. This document presents (a) a brief analysis and synthesis of the current state of the art, (b) underscores the need to avoid another piecemeal set of policy and practice initiatives, (c) stresses that the growing emphasis on school bullying provides an opportunity to accelerate development of a comprehensive, multifaceted, and cohesive system of student and learning supports, and (d) outlines policy implications related to doing so. http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/embeddingbullying.pdf



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