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Jem Muldoon
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The Effects of Childhood Bullying into Adulthood
When the Center for Disease Control named bullying an "Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE)" in 2017, it validated the 30-year effort examining the long-lasting effects of childhood bullying into adulthood. The research efforts have suggested these principles...
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Looking at School Discipline from a Community Lens: More on Restorative Practices
The International Institute for Restorative Practices defines Restorative Practices as " an emerging social science that studies how to strengthen relationships between individuals as well as social connections within communities." This focus on communities...
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The Social Capital Window of Restorative Practices
The goal of Restorative Practices is to build and strengthen strong school communities. Eighty percent of the efforts is for building the relationships that provide the backbone of strong school communities; 20% of the efforts aims to restore and heal those...
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Integrating Restorative Practices and Bullying Prevention
We have reached an understanding that effective schools have one common and critical characteristic: a safe and supportive school community. We also know that a safe and supportive school community is the heart of restorative practices and that bullying can...
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Integrating Restorative Practices and Bullying Prevention
We have reached agreement across research, policy, and practice that a safe and supportive school community is the single most important characteristic of effective schools. We also know that a safe and supportive community is the heart of restorative pract...
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Restorative Practices as a Promising Approach to Bullying Prevention
In October 2016 the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released  Preventing Bullying through Science, Policy, and Practice , the results of a study commissioned by the NAS to determine what we know and what more we need to know about ...
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The State of the Science of Bullying
The mission of StopBullying.gov , a website created through a partnership of the United States Departments of Health and Human Services, Justice, and Education, is to provide "information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbully...
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Middle School Bullying Prevalence and the Importance of Social Frameworks
All forms of bullying behavior  peak  during middle school, with the highest percentage of students reporting being bullied in the 6th grade. Several structural or logistical reasons help to explain this, such as the transition between elementary and middle...
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Feeling Safe at School: A National Decreasing Trend
Since 1993 the Center for Disease Control's Department of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) has asked high school students the following question on the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) : "During the past 30 days, on how many days did you not go to schoo...
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The Puzzling Persistence of Bullying Behavior
Since 1990, the Center for Disease Control's Division of Adolescence and School Health (DASH) has surveyed over four million US students on health behaviors that contribute to physical, social, and emotional problems in adolescence and adulthood using the Y...
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