Click on the picture of your State
Capital, or link, to review your State Law.
April 2002, when BP.org began, there were 9 states with anti bullying laws.
March 2015, the last state, Montana, finally passed their law.
States HAVE anti bullying laws as of March 2015 ...
Anti Bullying Law Passage Calendar
Note - Some states have updated
and improved their anti bullying laws.
This is the initial passage
date. The states in red
have A+ or A++
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Former Congressman, Trent Franks,
(R) Arizona Speaks Out
The school ground bully has been around for
too long. His entire success at bullying is predicated upon arrogant
disregard to simple decency, and a willingness to brutalize an innocent victim
simply because the bully is bigger and stronger and others are afraid to
intervene. It is insidious and calls for society and government to
intervene decisively. This (Arizona State) bullying bill is a start.
As you deliberate this bill, please reflect on the fact that Government's
primary purpose for existence is for the protection of its innocent citizens.
...Then remember your bully when you were a child."
"A Good law is a good foundation
for fixing the (bullying) problem -
a requirement of the government
schools to protect our Children."
on the picture
What is a SCHOOL BULLY?
a Victim's Point of View
Refusal (not inability) to think
rationally about themselves and others
Small scale Terrorist, with behavior
mostly taking place during school time
Justifies harmful activities towards
others with self psychological excuses ("I want to appear tough and in
Enjoys enforcing power on others
and causing extreme fear
Over-bearing person who tyrannizes
the non-violent and physically less strong
To rule by intimidation, terror
Threatens or acts violence on others
only differences between a terrorist and a bully, is in the organized planning
or cause of the activity, and the scale of terror. A bullied child
will believe that there is no difference between a terrorist and a bully,
given the above definitions.)
90% of students
felt being bullied caused social, emotional, or academic problems. (Studies
show, both bullies & victims have problems later in life because of
69% of students
believe schools respond poorly to reports of bullying.
of four students report that they have been bullied.
over 250,000 students report being physically attacked.
How do you
is Being Bullied?
17 SIGNS -
What are the
11 TIPS -
UP FOR YOUR
Check out Brenda High's testimony
Education Committee Hearing
on H.B. 256 on 3/18/15.
Select "House Standing
under "Select a Category"
Then select "Education"
under "Select a Committee"
Then select "Download
from March 18, 2015 - starts at
E-mail Brenda at brenda
(at) jaredstory (dot) com for more information.
This quilt was done in honor of all
bullycides - kids who took their lives because of bullying.
There are 223 names on the quilt, including 4
highlighted stories. The quilter, Linda Hannawalt,
focused on the child/student's life and
interests. The quilt picture was submitted by CJ Grossman.
Page last updated - 1/17
A special thanks to Columbia Basin
College (Pasco Washington) and the Graphic Arts Students for the Bully
Police USA Logo. An extra special thanks to Brad Crane, Linda and
"TechKid PC" Tom Feduk, Jr. Check out his website at www.techiepc.com.