Student Bullying Resources

Resources to help students deal with bullying.


Pacer Kid's Against Bullying

Join the Cause
You can make a difference! Across the country kids just like you are raising awareness of how to prevent bullying in their schools – and you can too! There is something for everyone—from kindergarten to older students. The activities can be done on-line, at your school or in your community. Check out these great ideas for how you can be a KID AGAINST BULLYING!
It Gets Better!

It gets better!

About the It Gets Better Project
The It Gets Better Project's mission is to communicate to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth around the world that it gets better, and to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them.
Bully Project

The Bully Project

Bully Project
t’s easy to feel powerless or alone when faced with bullying. We made this film to give you a voice. Whether you’ve been a victim, a bystander, or a bully, you can transform your school into a safe and caring community for you and your peers. We’ve provided the tools below to empower you to make change in your school or youth group!

Watch Middle School Students take on CyberBullying

Not In Our Town is a movement to stop hate, address bullying, and build safe, inclusive communities for all. Not In Our Town films, new media, and organizing tools help local leaders build vibrant, diverse cities and towns, where everyone can participate.

Parent Bullying Resources

Resources to help parents learn more about bullying.


Cyberbullying Research Center

Being a parent is tough enough. Keeping up with what your kids are doing online is another challenge. Check out our materials and strategies to help you protect your children.

Teacher Bullying Resources

Resources to help teachers learn more about bullying.

National Center on Safe Supportive Learning

National Center for Safe Supportive Learning

Our schools and communities are contending with many factors that affect the conditions for learning, such as bullying, harassment, violence, and substance abuse. The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) is funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Safe and Healthy Students (link is external) to help address such issues. Specifically, the Center