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Bullying and Cyber Bullying Resources

Bullying Report SY 2016-2017 Acrobat Reader

Bullying Report SY 2015-2016 Acrobat Reader

Bullying Report SY 2014-2015 Acrobat Reader

Bullying Report SY 2013-2014 Acrobat Reader

Bullying Report SY 2012-2013 Acrobat Reader

Bullying Report SY 2011-2012 Acrobat Reader

Bullying Report SY 2010-2011 Acrobat Reader

Bullying Law Technical Advisory Acrobat Reader

Bullying Law - RSA 193-F

Analysis of State Bullying Laws Acrobat Reader

Student Assistance Program (SAP) - NH SAP counselors served more than 10,000 kids in 2016, helping youth with various social issues, such as bullying, dating violence, and peer pressure. The program has grown from five schools in 2013 to more than 40 today. is the U.S. government Web site that helps you create, maintain, and strengthen effective youth programs. Through the Youth Topics series, the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs provides information, strategies, tools, and resources for youth, families, schools and community organizations related to a variety of cross-cutting topics that affect youth.

TIGER (Theater Integrating Guidance, Education, and Responsibility) at Plymouth State University is a non-profit professional educational theatre company designed to help children, schools, parents, and communities deal proactively and positively with social issues and concerns facing children in schools today, including bullying. TIGER offers performances for grades K-8 in schools throughout New England as well as student and teacher workshops. Contact Trish Lindberg, Artistic Director at or Pam Irish, Tour Manager at

In September 2010, the It Gets Better Project was founded when the original it gets better video was created and posted to YouTube. Jeremy GT Reuschling found out about this cause and wanted to be a part of it. View Jeremy's video on YouTube.

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There are a number of ways parents, teachers, and caregivers can help combat bullying, which is especially important for kids with cerebral palsy, who may not be able to properly defend themselves. A 2010 study provided by Gate Path, a non-profit organization, indicated that although bullying disabled children typically starts out just like bullying anyone else, the impact is far more severe.

Stephen W.F. Berwick
Coordinator, Dispute Resolution, and Constituent Complaints
(603) 271-2299

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