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Solution team: A program evaluation of an anti-bullying intervention.

Steiger, Alyssa D.
June 4, 2015

Source: (2010) Dissertation. California Institute of Integral Studies. San Francisco, CA

Bullying is a pervasive problem in schools
worldwide and a relatively common problem among
children and adolescents today. As a result of this,
many schools have been looking at anti-bullying
interventions. This research examined the
effectiveness of the Solution Team intervention. The
frequency of bullying on targeted students was studied
in an attempt to discover whether this is an
appropriate and effective intervention.
Solution Team is a new anti-bullying intervention
developed and trademarked in 2007 by No Bully, a San
Francisco based 501(c)(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
It derives its inspiration from restorative justice
approaches and is within the same family of peer-based
interventions as the Pikas Method of Shared Concern
(based in Sweden) and England’s no blame approach. (excerpt)


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