Critical Curriculum for Educators
call the suicide prevention lifeline
- Anti-bullying and cyber-bullying laws by state
- Anti-bullying resources from New Jersey
- Bullies in books
- The Bully Lab
- Bully police
- Bullying UK
- Conference on English Education Commission on Social Justice. (2009). CEE position statement: Beliefs about social justice in English education. First Biennial CEE Conference. Chicago: CEE.
- Anti-bullying for LGBTGV students: GLSEN
- Dorothy Espelage
- Facing History and Ourselves
- International Bullying Prevention Association
- Jamie Nabozny
- Kansas State Law on Bullying
- Medline Plus
- Missouri State Law on Bullying
- NCTE Diverse Gender Expression and Gender Non-Conformity Curriculum in English Grades 7-12 AND Selective Bibliography on Gender in the Classroom with Emphasis on Gender and Media Literacy
- NCTE Resolution on Confronting Bullying and Harassment
- NCTE Resolution on Social Justice in Literacy Education
- New Jersey Coalition for Bullying
- Not in our town
- Queer YAL Conference: Honoring, Affirming and Trans*forming Education Documentary, CU Boulder
Video: The Conference
Alex Sanchez Doc
Julie Anne Peters Doc
Sara Farizan doc
- Stop Bullying Now
- StopBullying Gov
- Stop Cyber Bullying
- Talking About Suicide with LGBT populations
- To Write Love On Her Arms
- Autism Speaks, Combating Bullying and Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Center on Human Policy at Syracuse University has resources for teachers wanting to teach about disability•The Council for Exceptional Children, Bullying of Children with Exceptionalities
- The Disability History Museum provides lesson plans and essays and can be used as a site for research projects in class.
- Disability Social History Projects has links to bibliographies, exhibits, and links to resourses on history, arts and culture, disability specific topics, GLBTQ disability, gender, and race.
- Infusing Disability Studies into the General Curriculum by P. Ferguson and National Institute for Urban School Improvement. A PDF that provides information on how to include disability into curriculum, dos and don’ts and many resources for educators
- The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
- PACER, Facts about Bullying of Students with Disabilities and Strategies for Peer Advocacy
- Stopbullying.gov, Bullying and Youth with Disabilities and Special Health Needs
- Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline: 24/7/hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) serves the United States and Canada. Assistance is available in 170 languages.
- Cybertipline– For online reporting of child sexual exploitation
- National Child Pornography Tipline: 1-800-843-5678. To report the sexual exploitation of children through the production and distribution of pornography.
- National Suicide Hotline: 1.800.273.TALK
- The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: 24/7 hotline 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678). If you need to report child-sexual exploitation, harassment or solicitation, a missing child, or a sighting of a missing child
- Rape, Assault and Incest National Network: National sexual assault online hotline. Free, safe, confidential-does not capture IP address 24/7/hotline 1.800. 656.HOPE.
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention
National Centers of Excellence works to reduce youth violence in one defined high–risk community by implementing and evaluating a comprehensive strategy to prevent youth violence. The Centers are expected to engage in collaborations among researchers and local organizations (including the local health department) and a defined high-risk community, with the common goal of reducing youth violence.
- Facing History and Ourselves
Facing History and Ourselves is an international educational and professional development organization whose mission is to engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry.
- National Bullying Prevention Center
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center provides creative and interactive resources that are designed to benefit all students, including students with disabilities. Middle and high school students can visit PACERTeensAgainstBullying.org and elementary school students PACERKidsAgainstBullying.org for additional ideas on how they can take action against bullying.
- National School Safety Center
Provides information that helps combat school safety problems such as books, resources papers, films, and workshops on school safety–related topics.
- National Center for Educational Statistics
Provides data from several National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES).
- Department of Justice
Provides data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics such as: crime and victims; criminal offenders, special topics; law enforcement; prosecution; federal justice system; courts and sentencing; corrections; expenditures and employment; and criminal record systems.
- National Resource Center for Safe Schools
Provides information for schools, communities, and state and local education agencies to help establish developing safe learning environments and preventing school violence