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Creating a School-Wide Program
Creating a school-wide program

Research indicates that the most effective program is one that is school-wide. Some states have passed laws that mandate training for all school personnel, administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, clerical and custodial staff, bus drivers, and monitors and cafeteria workers. For example, in New York State, the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) took effect in September 2012, and provides specific mandates for training all school personnel in harassment and bullying, and calls particular attention to those groups who have a high incidence of victims, such as students with disabilities. in the past, school-wide programs did not address all of the students, and this chapter will describe the major components of successful programs and specific ways to modify them so ...

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