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Participate in National Bullying Prevention Month

National Bullying Prevention Month is a great way to bring students from across the school community

There’s no doubt that bullying is a problem that affects a huge range of people. Studies show that at least 28 percent of U.S. students in grades 6 to 12 experience bullying, and that 99 percent of students in grades 6 to 12 experience cyberbullying.

Bullying isn’t just unpleasant. It can have potentially harmful or grave effects. In fact, experts believe that there is a direct link between suicidal thoughts and attempts and being victim to a bully.

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5 Ways Posters Improve School Culture (Free Design Templates)

Get Free Print-Ready School Posters

Building school culture takes time and is an ongoing mission for school leaders. One of the easiest ways to improve school culture day in and day out is through posters.

A simple poster can further create an engaging learning environment. Promote your school’s policies and expectations by placing posters on the walls, windows, and doors throughout the school.

Read more below and download some of our 10 free print-ready posters.
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Your Summer Reading List: Top 10 Books for Teachers

Here are the top 10 books for teachers

For many, summer is the season to unwind. The warm weather is the perfect excuse to lounge during beach trips, days poolside, and hammock filled afternoons. It’s also the season to cross off some titles from your reading list.

While there is an endless number of books to read, we compiled the best books for teachers. This list focuses on professional development for educators and offers strategies, tips, and insights to apply in the classroom during the school year.

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Survey Results: Top 10 Barriers to Student Success

Top 10 Barriers to Student Success

Driving and improving student success is a top goal for educators. Factors that contribute to success vary, ranging from student preparation to motivation to engagement. In truth, student success takes on many forms like meeting academic or curriculum goals and developing social skills.

Last month, we surveyed education professionals. Survey respondents included principals, assistant principals, superintendents, teachers, coordinators, administrative assistants, secretaries, coaches, and more.
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