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A Review of School-Based Anti-Bullying Organization Interventions

Bullying remains a pervasive issue in schools worldwide, impacting the mental health and well-being of countless students. In response to this pressing concern, the Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) has performed a systematic review of school-based anti-bullying interventions, and it has yielded significant findings. The following findings underscore the need and effectiveness for proactive measures and implementing programs from anti-bullying organizations like Toley Ranz.

Here, the team from the Toley Ranz BEFORE anti-bullying program has collected some of the highlights from thoseresults, as well as resources for parents and teachers below.

Major Insights from the Systematic Review

The in-depth review, which encompasses 69 studies, was conducted by a team of experts in youth violence prevention and systematic review methods and unveiled crucial insights. Some of the most important findings include key information about:

Breaking Down the CPSTF Recommendation

The Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) stands as a beacon of evidence-based guidance in public health interventions. Comprising 15 esteemed prevention experts, CPSTF helps inform policy and practices throughout the country. Established in 1996 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, CPSTF’s rigorous systematic review methods set the standard for population health improvement initiatives.

The prevalence of bullying among youth underscores the urgency of implementing evidence-based interventions. Shocking statistics reveal the pervasive nature of bullying, with one in five high school students reporting incidents of on-campus bullying and one in six experiencing electronic harassment. CPSTF’s recommendation serves as a beacon of hope, offering communities and schools actionable insights to combat this societal scourge.

Practical Resources for Bullying Prevention

In the battle against bullying, access to resources is paramount. Fortunately, many free, publicly available resources exist to guide prevention efforts such as:

How TOLEY RANZ Empowers Families and Communities for a Bully-Free Future

As communities join forces to address bullying, it’s crucial to implement evidence-based interventions early on as potent instruments for transformation. By following the guidance of CPSTF and utilizing existing resources, families, communities, and schools can cultivate inclusive and supportive environments.

At TOLEY RANZ, our mission is addressingbullying BEFORE it starts by introducing important coping and social skills to children at home at an early age. To learn more about how together, we can pave the way for a brighter, bully-free future for all children, contact us online today or call (928) 254-1879.