Clever names for school bullying programs

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According to the Campbell Collaboration, an international research database that collects social research, bullying programs have proven to be effective when actively enforced within a school system. Consistency and school support are important factors, but choosing the right name ensures a long-lasting and popular school program that will have an impact on the school environment. There are many bullying program slogans already in existence that can be used to get the bullying at your school to hit a brick wall, but consider the following suggestions for an original school slogan. Bullying can be approached from many different angles. This article will focus on the three most prominent in schools: generic anti-bullying, bullying as a result of peer pressure, and anti-bullying by redirection.

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An anti-bullying agenda can work even in a generic sense as long as it is perceived that there is a community-wide effort to reduce it.

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Bullying in Response to Peer Pressure

A common source of bullying is in response to peer pressure. Students feel pressured to bully and be mean to other students as a result of their own experiences with bullies.

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Anti-Bullying by Redirection

Encourage a school-wide effort to redirect bullying into conversation by interests with the following slogans:

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