Bullying Prevention Articles (http://www.aaastateofplay.com/guide-
Kim Hart, an educational outreach writer with AAA STATE OF PLAY, mentor and mother, has recently been working on a series of safety articles related to children.
Kim has produced and gathered a number of excellent articles. The Guide to Bullying Prevention is a good resource with a lot of valuable links. Well worth a look.
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'Stronger', by Megan Landry
A couple of years ago, Know Bull! received an email from a very talented (then) 15-
Click here to watch Megan's song
FREE App designed to prevent Cyber Bullying
SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) in the USA has produced an App, which they say can help prevent cyber bullying. Click here for more info.
VIDEO: Cyber Bullies
This program aired on Channel 9's, Sixty Minutes program, 13 April 2008...and it's just as applicable now, as it was then. A 'must see' for parents, simply because parents don't find out what's going on until it's too late. Click here to view (link opens new window).
The Cyberbullying Research Centre has some excellent resources for Teens, Educators, and Parents.
Choose from fact sheets, quizzes, activities youth can use to educate their communities about cyberbullying, crossword puzzles, games, various guides, and useful tips.
The site has a wealth of information, and is worth a visit.
notMYkid is an Arizona non-
VIDEO: The Dangers of Common Core
What do you know about Common Core? What role has Bill Gates played in the controversial program? Dr. Duke Pesta joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the horrifying truth about modern education, the origin of these government standards and the results which have been seen by implementation across the United States. Common Core represents of the most comprehensive steps toward complete government control of childhood education. The idology underpinning Common Core can be seen in Australia's Education system with 'Naplan', and the 'supposed' anti-
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