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PACER gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the many national nonprofit organizations that raise awareness of bullying prevention. Partners include organizations that reach a nationwide audience and have a focus on bullying prevention, child and youth, disability or education issues. Partners support and promote the activities of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center on their social media channels, e-newsletters, and printed materials.

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2015 National Partners

American Association on Health and Disability
American Council for School Social Work We promote bullying prevention in our newsletter, direct people to the PACER National Bullying prevention website, feature an anti-bullying book in our weekly newsletter during October, and have bullying prevention resources on our website.
American Counseling Association As the world's largest association representing professional counselors in various practice settings, the American Counseling Association (ACA) stands ready to serve more than 56,000 members with the resources they need to make a difference. From webinars, publications, and journals to Conference education sessions and legislative action alerts, ACA is where counseling professionals turn for powerful, credible content and support. ACA has and will continue to use its social media platforms, community outreach initiatives, and education to promote anti-bullying legislation and bullying prevention year around.
American Federation of Teachers Visit our FREE collection of bullying prevention resources for educators and parents on Share My Lesson .
American School Counselor Association
Autism Society The Autism Society has published a number of articles in its magazine, the Autism Advocate, on bullying; two in particular are available on the website, "3 R’s for Bullying Prevention: Recognize, Respond and Report" and "Healing from Bullying for the individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder." Continued resources and support of those who have been bullied is planned for 2015.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Bystander Revolution Bystander Revolution inspires individuals to take the power out of bullying with simple acts of kindness, courage, and inclusion.
Committee for Children Committee for Children is the proud creator of the research-based Second Step social-emotional learning program and the accompanying Bullying Prevention Unit , which teaches children and adults to recognize and deal with bullying.
Council for Exceptional Children
Described and Captioned Media Program 1) Tip Sheet: What Should You Do If Your Blind or Visually Impaired Child Is Bullied?
2) Tip Sheet: What Should You Do if Your Deaf or Hard of Hearing Child is Bullied? Visit and drop down the "Cause" menu on the top, left side and select "Bullying & Violence" to find all our current campaigns around bullying. We also have three "11 Fact" pages regarding bullying, cyberbullying and school violence. These are great fact pages for young people to use as references for every day use or school projects.
GLAAD Spirit Day began in 2010 as a way to show support for LGBT youth and take a stand against bullying. Following a string of high-profile suicide deaths of gay teens in 2010, GLAAD worked to involve millions of teachers, workplaces, celebrities, media outlets and students in going purple on social media or wearing purple, a color that symbolizes spirit on the rainbow flag. Spirit Day now occurs every year on the third Thursday in October, during National Bullying Prevention Month, and has become the most visible day of support for LGBT youth.
GSLEN GLSEN is the leading national education organization working to create safe schools for all, including LGBT students. In addition to our widely-cited research on the subject, we organize a variety of bullying prevention events and campaigns throughout the year, including Day of Silence, No Name-Calling Week, and Ally Week. We also support legislation to address bullying and harassment in K-12 schools.
Institute for Educational Leadership We will help spread the word about bullying prevention though social media and blogging.
National Association of Parents of Children with Visual Impairments
National Association of School Psychologists The National Association of School Psychologists provides schools and communities with resources and advocacy materials related to bullying prevention.
National Association of State Directors of Special Education
National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability The Arc received funding from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), the U.S. Department of Justice to create The Arc’s National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability (NCCJD). This is the first national effort of its kind to bring together both victim and suspect/offender issues involving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (or I/DD) under one roof. NCCJD will serve as a national clearinghouse for information and training on the topic of people with I/DD as victims, witnesses and suspects or offenders of crime. The Arc will partner with a broad spectrum of criminal justice professionals, including those in the law enforcement, legal and disability fields at the national, state and local levels to create safer lives for people with I/DD who become involved in the criminal justice system.
National Collaboration on Workforce & Disability for Youth National Collaborative on Workforce & Disability for Youth: Spreading the word through social media and blogs.
National Education Association The National Education Association sponsors a national bullying prevention campaign, Bully Free: It Starts with Me, which focuses on educators and community members being caring adults who stop and prevent bullying. The campaign provides varied resources (strategies, tip sheets, posters, articles, summit proceedings, etc.) on bullying prevention and on creating a positive school climate. NEA also provides to its 3 million members training opportunities on bullying-related topics, including cyberbullying, sexual harassment and sexting.
National Organizations for Youth Safety We will help spread the word about bullying prevention though social media and blogging as well as seek partners to collaborate efforts and strengthen our voice nationwide.
National PTA
National School Climate Center
No Bully No Bully trains schools in a system to end bullying and create campuses where everyone belongs. Under the No Bully System students are stopping over 90% of bullying.
Prevent Child Abuse America Working with Sigma Delta Tau collegiate women and Girls, Inc youth participants to promote SEL skills. We include Bullying Prevention/Peer Abuse as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. We are developing a tool kit for our 50 state chapter network to help them support and enhance bullying prevention activities in their states, PACER is included in the resources section.
Public Advocacy for Kids Working to include mental health, social and emotional, counseling, and other district support services in ESEA and IDEA during reauthorization.
School Social Work Association of America (SSWAA)
The Arc of the United States We have an online pledge we are asking members of the public to sign to rally together to stop abuse, violence, and bullying against people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Bully Project
The Great American NO BULL Challenge NO BULL Challenge video contest currently in full swing -- deadline: April 19, 2015.
The Tyler Clementi Foundation Working to end online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces and faith communities.
Tourette Association of America Tourette Syndrome Association offers a changing and growing array of Bullying Prevention resources for your consideration. We hope this material will provide you with ideas and strategies to effectively manage this issue. Simply put, bullying is not acceptable.