Freedom from Bullying and Harassment

TASB Resources

Other Resources

  • The Texas Attorney General's (AG) Cyber Safety website addresses Internet threats, including cyberbullying, and offers guidance for parents and teachers regarding how to protect children using the Internet.
  • The Texas School Safety Center’s (TxSSC) Bullying page provides resources for school districts, parents, and students on the definition of bullying and effects of bullying on students and student class work.
  • The U.S. StopBullying.gov website is a compilation of resources from a number of federal agencies that are intended to help students, educators, parents, and communities address bullying.
  • The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) website provides several resources related to federal civil rights laws, such as Title IX, for districts, students, and the public to address and prevent discrimination in schools.
  • The Texas School Safety Center Before You Text... website is the home of the Sexting Prevention Educational program for Texas, about which districts must annually inform parents and students in compliance with Texas Education Code section 37.218.
  • The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Violence Prevention website provides information about preventing teen dating violence.
  • The National Dating Violence Helpline loveisrespect.org website provides contact information for teens, parents, and service providers to speak anonymously with trained peer advocates by phone or online as well as resources for teens experiencing dating violence and those addressing the issue.