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Position Opening for Director of Youth Development at Neighborhood House – view the job description

Books to Help Kids “Weather the Storm” (dealing with tornados and the aftermath; view the list of many resources from the New Albany Floyd County Public Library

Teen Dating Violence
Teen Dating Violence is a Big Deal

Did You Know?

  • One in three teenagers reports experiencing physical or emotional abuse in their relationships.
  • Women ages 16 to 24 endure more incidents of intimate partner violence than any other age group.
  • Studies show 1.5 million high school students experience physical abuse from a dating partner each year. More about the statistics.

Teens Being Taught the Warning Signs of Digital Dating Abuse

Inside a classroom at Jefferson Middle School in Washington, D.C., lessons about the technology that connects teens, but also brings new challenges. Read the full article.

Bullying Linked to Depression and Substance Use in Girls

Although being a victim of bullying increases teen depression regardless of gender, a new study found it puts girls at additional risk for substance use. Read more.

Best Practice in Bullying Prevention & Intervention

A review of bullying prevention programs and feedback from educators in the field led to suggest 10 strategies that represent “best practice” in bullying prevention and intervention. Check out the 10 suggested strategies in Bullying Prevention and Intervention.

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Christine Harbeson  |  August 20, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    Thank you for the tips. Now I just need to find time or someone to write them. 🙂

    Reply

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