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Sexual Harassment and Bullying: Similar, but Not the Same
By Ellery "Rick" Miller and Eric "Rick" Mondschein
Monograph No. 93 in the ELA Series
Paperback, 116 pages (October 2015)
The monograph discusses current legal developments concerning sexual harassment and bullying K-12. It examines strategies for developing and implementing policies and training to help create a safe, secure educational envionment that is conducive to learning.
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IntroductionChapter 1: Sex Discrimination and Sexual HarassmentChapter 2: Sexual Harassment of StudentsChapter 3: The Explosion of Bullying into Public View Cyberbullying’s Growth Mirrors the Use of Social MediaChapter 4: Title IX and Bullying State Responses to Bullying Federal and State Courts RespondChapter 5: Similar, but Not the SameChapter 6: Parent and Community PerspectivesChapter 7: Key Considerations for Policy Implementation Components of Effective Policies on Sexual Harassment Components of Effective Policies on Anti-bullying Dissemination of Sexual Harassment and Anti-Bullying Policies Possible Strategies for Prevention Possible Steps for Intervening in Bullying Situations Factors for Determining Consequences Possible Consequences Examples of Remedial Measures Reporting Procedures Providing Support for Victims Sexual Violence False Accusations CommentChapter 8: Pre-service and In-service Training Leadership ParadigmChapter 9: Summary and ConclusionEndnotesAppendix 1: Legal Sources and RemediesAppendix 2: Dear Colleague Letter – Title IX Sexual HarassmentAppendix 3: Dear Colleague Letter – Bullying and HarassmentAppendix 4: Dear Colleague Letter – BullyingAppendix 5: Sample Policy – Prevention of HarassmentAppendix 6 : Sample Policy – Prevention of BullyingAppendix 7: Investigating a ComplaintTable of Cases