Bullying Prevention

According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, more than 70% of students, and an equal number of school staff, have seen bullying occur in educational environments. The number increases significantly when including social media and other forms of electronic communication.

The Marcus L. Ruscitto Charitable Foundation’s “Know What’s Right, Do What’s Right” campaign reaches young children throughout the Pittsburgh region—in preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary school—with solutions that begin to prepare them to confront this troubling behavior.

Know What's Right, Do What's Right: For Kids

Look Out For Each Other: Empathy (Short Version)

Look Out For Each Other: Empathy (Long Version)

Know What's Right, Do What's Right

Step Up, Step In

Telling an Adult

The Josh & Gab Show

Bullying Prevention Initiative: For Parents

How can you tell if your child is being bullied?

What if your child is the bully?

How can you teach your child to embrace differences?

What if your child is being bullied?

WQED Productions on Bullying Prevention

Know What’s Right, Do What’s Right: A Forum on Bullying

Bullying: The Cruelty Crisis

conversation@wqed: Betty Hill, Ron Korenich and Dr. Jered Kolbert

onQ: Cyber Bullying