In order to assess educators' participation in No Name-Calling Week, their use of its resources, and to examine the utility of its materials and resources, we conducted an evaluation of the program in its first and fourth years.
We know that words can hurt, and that's why we're setting aside one full week in January to study the effect of name calling and to learn how we can be better friends and teachers. Learn more about No Name-Calling Week.
US soccer star & Olympic gold medalist Megan Rapinoe shows her support for GLSEN in a new AOL You've Got video. Check it out and tell us why you support Changing the Game. Stories appearing on our blog will win a signed Megan soccer ball or other prizes.
No Name-Calling Week is rapidly approaching! Schools like yours all over the country are doing great work to end name-calling and bullying in their communities. We want to hear from you. What do you have planned for January 21-25th?
Are you thinking of getting a No Name-Calling Week off the ground in your school, but you aren't sure where to start? We have useful items that can help you plan, promote, and carry out many different kinds anti-bullying events and activities.