GuidelinesNSCC has translated research into practice guidelines in a range of ways. To learn more about Bully prevention/Pro-Upstander Guidelines:
- For Students, click here
- For parents, click here
- For Educators, click here
- The four major ways that educators and parents can be intentional and helpful social, emotional and civic teachers, click here
These guidelines grow out of our BullyBust/Upstander Alliance work. In 2009, NSCC launched BullyBust, which provides free resources to help students and adults take a stand against bullying and prevent the harmful teasing, harassment, and violence that is far too prevalent in our schools today. And in 2011, NSCC launched The Upstander Alliance as a way to more fully engage students and empower them to create a community of Upstanders at their school. A key component of BullyBust is the Partner School Program, which provides concrete tools, lesson plans, and guided activities to support educators and students in promoting a comprehensive school-wide effort to address this toxic behavior by creating positive communities of Upstanders.