RESEARCH STUDY RESULTS
FEEDBACK FROM STUDENT RESPONSES
87% of students said the program helped create a MORE POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE.
82% of students said, “No Bullying Schools taught me the DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BULLYING AND TEASING.”
80% of students said, “No Bullying Schools taught me HOW TO BE RESILIENT.”
89% said the program taught them HOW TO SPEAK UP against bullying in a positive way.”
After one semester, Bullied Students showed a 28% decrease in missed school days due to bullying.
87% of students said the program helped create a more positive school culture.
RESULTS AFTER ONE SEMESTER
Bullied Students made a 28% improvement in understanding the National Bullying Definition from StopBullying.gov.
Non-Bullied Students were
33% more likely to understand the concept of resilience.
5 STEPS OF THE STUDY
1. School Culture Survey
If your school is accepted for our free study, we will create three custom survey links for your school. Your students will take the First Survey in early September, before starting the No Bullying Schools Program. This establishes a baseline for your campus. It has 23 questions and takes about 15 minutes to complete. Click Here to Preview The Survey!
2. Five Video Lessons
Over the next five weeks, your teachers will take the students through our Five Core Video Lessons (ideally in a weekly Advisory Period). You will need about 45 – 50 minutes per lesson: 20 minutes for the video plus 20 – 30 minutes for the PDF Discussion Guide. The videos feature Tom Thelen and cohost Jordan Carson.
3. "Report Bullying" (Free App)
Students download our free “Report Bullying” Smartphone App (for iPhone or Android), or they can use the Report Form on our website to report any type of behavior incident: Bullying, Cyberbullying, Inappropriate Behavior, At-Risk Behavior, Mental Health Concerns, and more. Each report sends a confidential email alert to your School Leaders.
4. Track and Manage Reports
School Leader get access to our Report Bullying Software where they can monitor and follow up on any new reports that come in from the students, parents, or educators. The software makes a distinction between REPORTS and CONFIRMED INCIDENTS, because not every report will be considered bullying (peer conflicts, for example).
5. School Culture Survey
To finish the Research Study, your students take the School Culture Survey a second time in late October, and they take it a third time in late November. The first 23 questions remain the same as the First Survey, but now we add 9 new questions asking for feedback about how the program impacted the students. Click Here to Preview The Survey!
PEOPLE BEHIND THE PROGRAM
TOM THELEN, FOUNDER
Tom Thelen is the founder of No Bullying Schools and the author of “Victimproof: The Student’s Guide to End Bullying.” As a full-time author and speaker, Tom has spoken at over 700 schools and conferences with a message on bullying prevention and positive school culture. He has been featured on NBC, CBS, FOX and PBS. Tom and his wife Casie live in Michigan with their four children. Learn more at https://tomthelen.com.
DR. MILDRED PEYTON, RESEARCH DIRECTOR
Dr. Mildred Peyton earned her Ph.D. from Walden University with a dissertation on “Exploring the Meaning of School Bullying Among Parents of Victimized Children.” She also holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Bowie State University. As a mother of two, Dr. Peyton cares about the roles parents and families play in helping to reduce bullying in schools. She serves as the Research Director for No Bullying Schools.
DR. ELLIOT KAGAN, PROGRAM CONSULTANT
Dr. Elliot Kagan is a New York State Licensed Psychologist and the Olweus Bullying Program Co-Coordinator for Suffern Middle School in Suffern, New York, where he also works as a school psychologist. Dr. Kagan worked closely with Tom Thelen to develop the No Bullying Schools Program including the bullying policy, positive action plan, and evidence-based interventions that promote a positive school culture.
DR. KIMBERLEY HOOGE, LEAD RESEARCH ANALYST
Dr. Kimberley Hooge received her PhD in Psychology focusing in Cognitive Neuroscience from Rice University in 2015. Along with her research consulting work, she is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer at the University of Texas at Dallas and an Associate Faculty member at Collin College. Dr. Hooge was instrumental in developing the No Bullying Schools Research Study Program, for which she also serves as the lead analyst.
DEADLINE TO APPLY
MAY 29, 2024