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Respect for All
Links and Resources to Get You Started
These education and health sites are a good starting point for learning how to handle a possible bullying incident.
When You're the One Being Bullied
If you're the student being bullied, there's no need to feel alone. Help is available.
Find out why cyberbullying is different from traditional bullying, what you can do to prevent it, and how you can report it when it happens.
Understanding the Difference Between Bullying and Conflict
People sometimes mistake bullying for normal interpersonal conflict, but they're not the same thing at all. Learn the crucial differences here.
How to Report Your Concerns to Your Child’s School
The first step in dealing with a suspected bullying incident is to reach out to your child's school. This article explains how.
Maintaining a safe, supportive learning environment free from harassment, intimidation, bullying & discrimination. Read More >
Encouraging conversations, providing assistance and motivating students to be allies. Read More >
Teachers, principals and other educational professionals can all help to make schools safer and more welcoming for every student .
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|For Additional Assistance|
The NYC Department of Education is committed to maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment that is free from harassment, intimidation and/or bullying and from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, citizen-ship/immigration status, religion, creed, national origin, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, or weight.
If additional assistance is needed in regards to any harassment or discriminatory behavior including related concerns for LGBTQ students, please email RespectForAll@schools.nyc.gov or call 212-374-2350.