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Secondary Advisor/Reader One
The purpose of this study was to investigate anti-bullying curriculums and programs available for middle schools to reduce bullying behaviors among students. Research involved identifying what has been proven to reduce bullying behaviors in schools, as well as, what students say best reduces bully behaviors at school. The curriculums were then evaluated against proven best practices, and a whole-school plan was created to apply at an urban middle school incorporating the best strategies to be most effective in reducing bullying behaviors.
Community Building, Motivation, Social Justice, Staff Development
Durnick, Diane Louise, "What Makes An Effective Bullying Prevention Program In Urban Middle Schools?" (2016). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 4127.