In 2020, the world changed in unexpected and mostly, unanticipated ways. Schools were closed, sports were canceled and just about everything we understood and took for granted changed. What did not change then or now is the need to have informed conversations about the threats to safety always, and the need to have access to resources that are easy to understand and easy to apply. Developing comprehensive plans for awareness, preparedness, response, and recovery are the first steps-based on knowledge not out of fear.
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Online sexual abuse is a problem that is not confined to the United States, one particular state, or one particular region. It is a global problem, and it will require a global commitment to solve it. This commitment begins with understanding the dimensionality of the issue and the means by which predators operate.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines School Violence as “youth violence that occurs on school property, on the way to or from school or school-sponsored events, or during a school sponsored event. A young person can be a victim, a perpetrator, or a witness of school violence. School violence may also involve or impact adults.”
Bullying involves unwanted, aggressive behavior among children in school. Two things need to be present in order for it to be considered bullying: An imbalance in power and repetitive acts. There are three types of bullying according to Stopbullying.com:
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