Champions Against Bullying is committed to creating a society where every child has the opportunity to develop, learn and thrive in an environment without fear, without violence and without limitation.
CAB Will Meet The Challenge Of Change and…
- Remove the obstacles that get in the way of learning so that every child has the chance to benefit from an education in a safe and productive learning atmosphere without being shadowed by the fear of bullying.
- Raise awareness by presenting a clear understanding of the enormity of child bullying issues and create a proactive partnership with students, educators, parents and communities that foster a safe and healthy climate conducive to learning and thriving.
- Develop resources and new approaches that continually meet the needs of children, parents and educators today and tomorrow.
- Lead children’s workshops that boost self-esteem, promote core values and implement effective programs and strategies to prevent bullying.
- Remove the barriers that impede education to motivate, inspire and increase a thirst for knowledge.
- Involve students and allow them the opportunity to voice their opinions.
- Avail the award winning, “The No-Nonsense Guide To Kids’ Bullying Solutions,” to students, parents and educators that tells you how to identify and reduce youth violence from A to Z.
- Lead workshops for parents and educators providing the tools and the know-how to help kids safely.
- Employ a multifaceted approach, so that parents and the entire school community get involved, thereby increasing the chance for successfully reducing school bullying/youth violence. Assist schools to develop anti bullying policies and fair consequences for non-compliance to further magnify the validity that youth violence is a serious matter and not knowing is no longer an excuse.
First published in the 1960s, John Holt educator and author of How Children Fail, raised awareness on the enormity of fear in schools and how kids, like good soldiers, control their fears. He assuredly points out that there is a vital difference between school and war: “The scared fighter may be the best fighter, but the scared learner is always a poor learner.”