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From all of us at PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center


We Are Here To Help

During these challenging times, PACER is committed to being a valuable online resource for students, educators, and families.

Covid-19, Distance Learning, and Cyberbullying Infographics

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Distance Learning ideas

  • Visit the online library of NBPC’s free resources to engage your students or children in social and emotional learning.
  • New! - Access ALL-IN, a free online bullying prevention module now adapted for distance learning options for K-12 students
  • Encourage younger students to submit their questions to “Ask Carmen,” a member of the “Club Crew” who knows a lot about bullying and gives great advice to kids
  • Watch the videos featuring authors from the NBPC Book Club reading their stories

Cyberbullying Definition

Online Module: Cyberbullying

Comprehensive look at the dynamics of using technology to bully; featuring information on definition, ways to help youth, FAQ’s, and statistics, along with an interactive feature to “check your knowledge.”

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2020 Unity Award Recipients Announced

The 6th annual Unity Awards honor those who have made outstanding contributions in addressing and preventing bullying in their communities. The award recipients, who are leaders in creating a kinder, more inclusive and more accepting world, were chosen by the members of PACER’s Youth Advisory Board.  

Meet the Recipients

Win Prizes for the Classroom

Students with Solutions, sponsored by Planet Fitness’ Judgement Free Generation®, is an initiative for students to share their creative interpretation of what it means to be intentional with acts of kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. All entries are eligible to win prizes for the classroom. Open to grades K-12  through December 31, 2020.

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Include Someone, Make a Difference

A campaign, created in partnership with Cartoon Network’s Stop Bullying: Speak Up initiative, to inspire kids across the country to include someone to stop bullying before it starts.

Get Ideas on How to Include

Get the “Include Someone” kit


Event Kit Create a world without bullying kit

Resource Kit

Order the “Create a World Without Bullying” resource kit which contains print materials for at least 50 participants.

Kids Against Bullying website Kids against bullying

Kids Against Bullying

Innovative, educational website for elementary school students to learn, engage in activities, and be inspired to advocate for self and others.

Teens Against Bullying website Teens against bullying

Teens Against Bullying

A website created by and for middle and high school students, with ideas to address bullying, be heard, and lead change in an important social cause.

Questions Answered Questions answered

Questions Answered

You asked, we answered! Response options include images, 60-second snapshot, longer articles, video and poll.

Students With Disabilities Students With Disabilities

Students With Disabilities

A comprehensive overview of addressing and preventing bullying and harassment of students with disabilities.

All-In All-in toolkit


Free online, year round toolkit with a new classroom lesson each week! Create environments in which each student is INcluded, INvested and INvolved.

I Care Because

My little sister is bullied at school because she is very small and underweight for her age. She doesn't have a disorder or anything, but she has trouble paying attention in class, so she has to take these pills that make her not want to eat. She's going to be 13 this month and she is only 4'9" and about 60 lbs. She only has one or two friends, and she often comes home with scrapes and bruises on her knees from being pushed down in the hallways. She never seems to see who is doing these things to her, so she just keeps quiet. It's up to the school to crack down on this issue so in instances like these, bullying victims can be brought to justice.

Keeli, 15, Indiana

Bullying of all forms is not right. Whether it's with abilities, gender, race, beliefs, hobbies, or looks. Everyone has something alike. We are all humans, and we have feelings

Veronica, 12, Illinois

I think bullying is wrong because it hurts people feelings.

lola, 19, ferriday,LA

My friends and I used to bully a girl that we didn't like in 5th grade. Things changed the next year. In 6th grade, I was the victim of bullying. I felt terrible and I wanted to take back everything I said to that poor girl in 5th grade. If I could go back in time, i'd change the way I treated the girl. 

Yazmin, 15, AZ

its not  fair that kids has to walk around like victims and i dont understand why that teachers and panrents or principls are not making a big ndeal about this we all need to strand together and make a change because we dont there will be more kids hurting them selves or being sucidal its time to voice are opions

zanora, 14, irving tx

I've never been physicaly bullied, but when i was younger I would always get verbaly bullied! I don't know how bullys can live with themselves kn owing they hurt someone in anyway! I think this is a very horrible way to live being hurt everyday! My mom would tell me when I was younger, "Just ignore them, sonner or later they will stop." But now i know that it's ok to tell an adult to help you! My little sister sometimes comes home crying because she is being bullied(verbaly), and i get so Angry! I want to stop bullying because It's NOT right and It doesn't feel good!

Alexis, 15, CA


PACERTalks about Bullying - Season 3

We are thrilled to return for another season with more videos featuring interviews, stories, and informational content. New this season will be the feature “Ask Us” in which we will respond to questions from students around the world.

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Notifying the School About Bullying — Using a Template Letter

PACER Center has created template letters that parents may use as a guide for writing a letter to their child’s school. These letters contain standard language and “fill in the blank” spaces so the letter can be customized for your child’s situation.

(Word Doc | Pdf)

Version for a Student with a 504 Plan (Word Doc | Pdf)
Version for a Student with an IEP Plan (Word Doc | Pdf )

“What You Can Do”

This 4-part handout series provides comprehensive information for students and adults about how to help someone who is experiencing bullying, as well as how to address bullying in the community.

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Support Kindness, Acceptance and Inclusion for All Students

Become a Champion Against Bullying

Join the hundreds of nonprofits, schools, and community groups that collaborate directly with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center by using and sharing our bullying prevention resources in their communities.

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Survey Monkey Contributes to NBPC

Sign up and you will receive surveys by e-mail from SurveyMonkey customers who need your opinion. For every survey you take, SurveyMonkey will donate 50 cents to PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center, plus you'll get a chance to win $100 in an instant win game.

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