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    Anti-bullying Toolkit

    Top Ten Facts Parents, Educators and Students Need to Know:

    1. The Facts - Students with disabilities are much more likely to be bullied than their nondisabled peers.
    2. Bullying affects a student's ability to learn.
    3. The Definition - bullying based on a student's disability may be considered harassment.
    4. The Federal Laws - disability harassment is a civil rights issue.
    5. The State Laws - students with disabilities have legal rights when they are a target of bullying.
    6. The adult response is important.
    7. The Resources - students with disabilities have resources that are specifically designed for their situation.
    8. The Power of Bystanders - more than 50% of bullying situations stop when a peer intervenes.
    9. The importance of self-advocacy.
    10. You are not alone.

    Together with our partners, we just released a Special Needs Anti-Bullying Toolkit, full of resources and information specifically tailored to parents, educators, and students dealing with bullying and children with special needs.

    Click here to read the Toolkit!



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