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Behavioral Concerns, Discipline, Bullying & Interventions
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Discipline Help
A reference for handling over 117 misbehaviors at school and home. Links are also provided for additional resources and materials.

Information (webisodes, games, "ask the experts") for parents, educators, health and safety professionals, etc. on how to help stop or prevent bullying.  Included are links to define bullying (why kids bully, signs that you bully others, effects of bullying) and what you can do (are you being bullied, do you witness bullying, do you bully others?). 

STRYVE (Striving to Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere) is a national initiative led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent youth violence before it starts among young people ages 10 to 24. STRYVE's vision is safe and healthy youth who can achieve their full potential as connected and contributing members of thriving, violence-free families, schools, and communities. STRYVE's goals are to:  increase awareness that youth violence can and should be prevented, promote the use of youth violence prevention approaches that are based upon the best available evidence, and provide guidance to communities on how to prevent youth violence.

Intervention Council
This website offers free tools and resources to help school staff and parents promote positive classroom behaviors, and foster effective learning for all children and youth. The site was created by Jim Wright, a school psychologist and school administrator from Central New York.  Educators can access academic and behavioral intervention strategies, download publications on effective teaching practices, and use tools that streamline classroom assessment and intervention.

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