We recognize your role as advocates for students. And we know your first priority is making your school a more safe, productive and effective environment for learning. Access research, links, and literature that will provide guidance and assistance as you combat bullying in your school.
Being a student in this day-and-age is tough. Social media and technology have completely changed the way we interact, making it harder to combat bullying and feel safe in their schools. Access research, links, and literature that will help you deal with bullying in your school and community.
Research is so vital in keeping the momentum going in the bullying prevention community. Proven results are the best way to ensure change. Look through these studies, some of which include published research studies from our own team of experts, to find what is driving our efforts forward.See All Research
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I partner with HEAR or help sponsor HEAR for my school or community?
HEAR is actively seeking partners at the local, state and national level to fund the expanded reach of the HEAR bullying prevention programs. For more information on how you or your organization can help, please visit Become a Partner.
How can I find out if the HEAR bullying solutions are available in my area?
HEAR is available across the United States. Simply fill out the contact form below, and we’ll get back to you shortly with details specific to your area.
How is HEAR delivered to my students? Is the curriculum available to purchase?
HEAR for High Schools is delivered to students at no cost to schools by trained members of the National Guard. HEAR for Middle Schools is available for purchase as a stand-alone curriculum package, a fully delivered service or through a variety of curriculum materials and teacher training solutions.
HEAR for High Schools is delivered at no-cost to schools. Hear for Middle Schools is available on a classroom-by-classroom basis at a relatively low cost-per-student, with a wide range of staffing and funding options available, depending on school resources, local or national sponsorships, education grants and other financing opportunities. For those seeking funding for HEAR for middle schools, there are many options available to alleviate some or all of the cost.
Featured Blog Article
Building Respect in the New School Year August 29, 2017
We hope that all of you who work in education found time to rest, recharge and have fun this summer in between all the school-related activities — professional development events, writing lesson plans, collecting supplies for your students, reading education-related material, and searching online for new ideas. Summer flies by so quickly, doesn’t it? Welcome back! Unfortunately, no matter how prepared you are to teach, positive outcomes are limited if students feel unsafe, excluded, and disrespected. Schools need affordable, research-based, proven resources that can help eliminate distractions from learning by building more respect in the school community. Not to mention, Read More
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