Anti-bullying interventions in schools - what works? audio paper

This audio paper was originally published 11 March 2018.

This audio paper summarises the evidence on the effectiveness of school-based bullying interventions, and describes the characteristics common to effective interventions.

A significant body of research indicates that school-based anti-bullying interventions can be successful in reducing bullying behaviours. Effective anti-bullying interventions are characterised by a whole-school approach, evidence-based educational content, support and professional development for teachers, and rigorous program implementation and evaluation.

Read by Bridget O'Keefe, CESE.

This is a read aloud of the Anti-bullying interventions literature review.


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  • Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation
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