Bullying and the Law
A Free High School Anti-Bullying and Cyberbullying Program

Bullying and Cyberbullying are behaviors for which people must be held accountable. Accountability comes from demonstrating knowledge of state and federal bullying and cyberbullying laws.

Bullying and the Law allows students, teachers, and parents to:

  • Review student friendly bullying and cyberbullying laws
  • Understand the associated vocabulary
  • See newscasts of students arrested for bullying
  • Take an assessment quiz to ensure learning outcomes

The program is FREE to every high school in sponsored states.

Click here to begin

Our goal is to make bullying and cyberbullying laws "Common Knowledge."

Developed at

Nova Southeastern University

Administered by

Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation

Participating States


Sponsored by:
Walser Law Firm


Sponsored by:
The Law Offices of Sandra Brown P.C.

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