Follow Up Materials from Spotlight on Bullying & Harassment: The Law and One School’s Response
Thank you for registering for the March 22 webinar, "Spotlight on Bullying & Harassment: The Law and One School’s Response."
We have made a complete recording of the webinar available online and we are following up individually with those of you who submitted questions that we were unable to answer during the presentation. Additionally, below are some resources and contact information to help you:
- Sign up for email alerts with the National Women’s Law Center to stay in the loop about progress on relevant bullying and harassment legislation and policy updates.
- Check out NWLC's website to access all of our resources on bullying and harassment, including newly-updated fact sheets on cyberbullying, pregnancy harassment, Title IX protections, and more.
- Want more information about Title IX? Have a question about treatment you or a student you know is receiving at school, or about compliance with Title IX? Contact the National Women’s Law Center at email@example.com or 202-588-5180.
- Janelle Spitz, the principal of Mary Passage Middle School, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The book used in Passage Middle School’s successful “One Book, One School” program was Bystander by James Preller. Read more about the “One Book, One School” initiative here.
- The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at 804-515-7950.
- Visit stopbullying.gov for practical tips on how to respond to and prevent bullying.
- To find out more about your state laws on bullying and harassment, check out a recent report from the Department of Education.
Thanks again for your interest in this subject and for participating in the webinar. We look forward to working with you further!