Resources in Other Languages

Anti-Bullying Resources for Grades K-12

  • StopBullying.gov – website filled with resources by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
  • Bullying at School: What a family can do – OEO Publication available in English, Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese
  • Tips for Families to Prevent & Address Bullying – 10 tips for families
  • Bullies and Victims: Information for Parents – short handout for parents regarding bullying.
  • Bullying Resource List
  • OSPI Safety Center – under Bullying and Harassment, sample procedures and policies are provided.
  • Committee for Children – a nonprofit that works globally to prevent bullying, violence, and child abuse. Many articles and resources on bullying are available.
  • Find Youth Info at BullyingInfo.org – a government site for bullying prevention and response. This resource rich site includes numerous videos, articles, strategies and reports.
  • Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network is one of the best resources available to families, students and educators regarding LGBTQ youth issues, including bullying. Research, policies, tools, tips and much more are provided.
  • Great Schools – Search the term "bullying" and find numerous resources on this site that encourages families to be involved in their children's education.
  • Kids Health – resources on your child's health and development. Search bullying and find numerous resources to answer your questions regarding bullying.
  • Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center – Includes resources regarding how to work with your child's school and how to discuss cyberbullying with your kid. Click on "Parents & Public."
  • Ophelia Project's parents/guardian's resource page – provides tools, strategies and solutions to adults and youth who are affected by relational and other non-physical forms of aggression. The link provided brings you directly to the family resource page, which provides resources online and documents that can be printed out.
  • Pacer's Center National Center for Bullying Prevention – families can learn more about program and resources to help bullying prevention using this interactive site for kids (grades K-5) and teens (grades 6-12).
  • Safe Schools Coalition – The Safe Schools Coalition is an international public-private partnership in support of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth, that is working to help schools – at home and all over the world – become safe places where every family can belong, where every educator can teach, and where every child can learn, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.
  • Stop Bullying Now – information on bullying and what you can do to stop it are presented in webisodes, cartoons, games and more. Click on the tab "What Adults Can Do" and you will have a variety of resources at your fingertips.
  • Wrightslaw – a rich resource for accurate, reliable information regarding special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities. The link directs you to information on bullying including articles and previous legal cases.

Cyberbullying Resources

  • "Tips for Cyberbullying Safety & Prevention" handout
  • Cyber Tipline – parents can report crimes against children, mainly those crimes that have something to do with sexual exploitation. This website has links to other parent resources on cyber bullying.
  • Facebook Safety: 5 Quick Steps – Walks you through setting up Facebook privacy settings. You can also got to Facebook and click on Help Center. There is a lot of information here on how to report misuse of Facebook entries and how to block messages. Their pages include information for parents about what Facebook is and does and how to teach or monitor the safety of their youth on the Internet.
  • I Keep Safe – an interactive site provides tips on keeping your child safe online even if you're not a computer expert.
  • NET CETERA – a campaign that provides families information to help kids make smart, safe decisions online. Information includes many helpful videos and tools that can be used in a presentation regarding keeping our youth safe online.
  • Net Smartz – resources for parents/guardians, kids, teens, law enforcement, and educators and is also translated to Spanish. There are videos on cyberbullying and plenty of information on how to keep your kids safe on the internet.
  • Stop Cyberbullying – Learn more about what cyberbullying is, what you can do, and how the law defines it.
  • OSPI Safety Center – under Bullying and Harassment, sample procedures and policies are provided.

Resources in Other Languages

Arabic

1. Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – CADRE/Special Education

CADRE Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – a brochure with specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child’s school. Developed in partnership between CADRE and the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, originally published, May 2004:

English: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

Also available in: Arabic
http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/parent/artifacts/Arabic%20S2S.pdf

 

2. Fact Sheet on Harassment and Bullying – OCR

From an October 2010 Dear Colleague letter regarding Harassment & Bullying. Includes a summary of possible effects of harassment and bullying, the purpose of the Dear Colleague letter, the anti-discrimination laws enforced by OCR (Title VI, IX and Section 504), obligations of schools under the anti-discrimination laws relating to harassment and bullying and how to get help from OCR.

English: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-201010.html.

التحرش والبلطجة | Harassment and Bullying – 10-26-2010

وقائع صحیفةة PDF (203K) | Fact Sheet
بیان صحفيي PDF (81K) | Press Release

http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto-index.html#arabic

 

3.     How to File a Complaint – OCR

How to file a complaint with US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights

Arabic العربيّة

  • كیفیة تقدیم شكوى PDF (2M) | How to File a Complaint

  • نَموذج طلب شَكوى PDF (149K) | Complaint Form 

  • ·  ضَمان فُرَصالتعلیم الممتازللجمیع PDF (168K) | Ensuring Equal Access to High-Quality Education

http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto-index.html#arabic

Cambodian

1.     Important Document Notice – OSPI

If a situation arises when a school is unable to translate a document immediately, one method to ensure that limited English proficient families can access the information is by including a notice on the document, translated into the parent’s primary language (e.g. on pre-printed stickers) informing families that they can contact the school to have the document translated.
Sample Important Document Notice (in 9 languages)

From OSPI’s Office of Equity and Civil Rights:  http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

2.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents – OCR

Fact Sheet for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (PDF)
Schools may use this fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, to explain the school district's obligation to ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) students can meaningfully participate in educational programs and services, and to communicate information to LEP parents in a language they can understand.
English | Cambodian

សិស្សដែលជាអ្នកសិក្សាភាសាអង់គ្លេស | English Learner Students – 01-07-2015

សិស្សដែលជាអ្នកសិក្សាភាសាអង់គ្លេស PDF (541K) | Fact Sheet: English Learner Students

ព័ត៌មានសម្រាប់មាតាបិតា និងអាណាព្យាបាលដែលចេះភាសាអង់គ្លេសតិចតួច PDF (116K) | Fact Sheet: Limited English Proficient Parents

http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-el-students-201501-cambodian.pdf

http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-lep-parents-201501-cambodian.pdf

 

Chinese

1.     Important Document Notice – OSPI

If a situation arises when a school is unable to translate a document immediately, one method to ensure that limited English proficient families can access the information is by including a notice on the document, translated into the parent’s primary language (e.g. on pre-printed stickers) informing families that they can contact the school to have the document translated.
Sample Important Document Notice (in 9 languages)

From OSPI’s Office of Equity and Civil Rights:  http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

2.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents – OCR

Fact Sheet for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (PDF)
Schools may use this fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, to explain the school district's obligation to ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) students can meaningfully participate in educational programs and services, and to communicate information to LEP parents in a language they can understand.
EnglishChinese

http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-el-students-201501-chinese-ms.pdf

 

3.     Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – CADRE/Special Education

CADRE Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – a brochure with specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child’s school. Developed in partnership between CADRE and the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, originally published, May 2004:

English: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

Also available in:

Chinese (Simplified)
 

4.     Sample Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Reporting Form – OSPI

Under the state’s model HIB procedure, schools must provide an incident reporting form for students, families, and staff to report incidents of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
English | Chinese

OSPI Equity & Civil Rights Office: http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx.

 

5.     Fact Sheet on Harassment and Bullying – OCR

From an October 2010 Dear Colleague letter regarding Harassment & Bullying. Includes a summary of possible effects of harassment and bullying, the purpose of the Dear Colleague letter, the anti-discrimination laws enforced by OCR (Title VI, IX and Section 504), obligations of schools under the anti-discrimination laws relating to harassment and bullying and how to get help from OCR.

English: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-201010.html.

Chinese:

騷擾與校園欺淩 | Harassment and Bullying – 10-26-2010

资料说明 PDF (252K) | Fact Sheet
新闻发布 PDF (167K) | Press Release

 

6.     Fact Sheet, Q&A, Dear Colleague Letter re Enrollment Rights of Immigrant Students – OCR

Chinese:

关于所有学生报名入学的权利 | School Enrollment Procedures – 05-08-2014

资料说明 PDF (253K) | Fact Sheet 
相关问答 PDF (259K) | Questions and Answers
致同事信 PDF (230K) | Dear Colleague Letter

 

7.     How to File a Complaint – OCR

Chinese 中文: 繁體版

  • 如何向美國教育部民權事務辦公室 提出歧視投訴 PDF (402K) | How to File a Complaint

  • 歧視投訴表 PDF (117K) | Complaint Form

確保優質教育機會均等  PDF (366K) | Ensuring Equal Access to High-Quality Education

Hmong

1.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents – OCR

Fact Sheet for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (PDF)
Schools may use this fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, to explain the school district's obligation to ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) students can meaningfully participate in educational programs and services, and to communicate information to LEP parents in a language they can understand.
English | | Hmong

 

2.     Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – CADRE/Special Education

CADRE Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – a brochure with specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child’s school. Developed in partnership between CADRE and the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, originally published, May 2004:

English: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

Also available in:

English
Hmong
 

3.     How to File a Complaint – OCR

Hmong Hmong

  • Kev Sau Tsab Ntawv Tsis Txaus Siab Txog Kev Ntxub Ntxaug Rau PDF (317K) | How to File a Complaint

  • Daim Ntawv Hais Kev Tsis Txaus Siab txog Qhov Ua Saib Tsis Taus PDF (188K) | Complaint Form 

  • Xyuas Kom Tau Kev Kawm Ntawv Yam Zoo Heev uas Sib Npaug PDF (78K) | Ensuring Equal Access to High-Quality Education 

Korean

1.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents – OCR

Fact Sheet for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (PDF)
Schools may use this fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, to explain the school district's obligation to ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) students can meaningfully participate in educational programs and services, and to communicate information to LEP parents in a language they can understand.
English | Korean

 

2.     Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – CADRE/Special Education

CADRE Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – a brochure with specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child’s school. Developed in partnership between CADRE and the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, originally published, May 2004:

English: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

Also available in:

English

Korean
 

3.     Sample Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Reporting Form – OSPI

Under the state’s model HIB procedure, schools must provide an incident reporting form for students, families, and staff to report incidents of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
English | Korean

OSPI Equity & Civil Rights: http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

4.     How to File a Complaint – OCR

·  Korean 한국어

  • 민권 담당국에 차별 대우 고소를 제기하는 방법 PDF (284K) | How to File a Complaint

  • 차별 항의서 PDF (175K) | Complaint Form

  • 고품격 교육에 대한 평등한 접근 기회의 보장  PDF (225K) | Ensuring Equal Access to High-Quality Education

Laotian

1.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents – OCR

Fact Sheet for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (PDF)
Schools may use this fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, to explain the school district's obligation to ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) students can meaningfully participate in educational programs and services, and to communicate information to LEP parents in a language they can understand.
English | | Laotian

 

2.     How to File a Complaint – OCR

Laotian ຄົນລາວ

  • ວ່າດ້ວຍສິດທິ ພົນລະເຮືອນ ວິທີການຍື່ນຄຳຟ້ອງຮ້ອງ ໃນການຖືກຈຳແນກນໍາຫ້ອງການ  PDF (323K) | How to File a Complaint

  • ແບບຟອມການຮ້ອງຮຽນເລື້ອງ ການເລືອກປະຕິບັດ PDF (93K) | Complaint Form

Russian

1.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents – OCR

Fact Sheet, Information for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (Jan. 2015) download filesPDF (547K)

Translations: Russian PDF (573K),

From US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/ellresources.html

 

2.     Important Document Notice – OSPI

If a situation arises when a school is unable to translate a document immediately, one method to ensure that limited English proficient families can access the information is by including a notice on the document, translated into the parent’s primary language (e.g. on pre-printed stickers) informing families that they can contact the school to have the document translated.
Sample Important Document Notice (in 9 languages)

English

Russian

From OSPI’s Office of Equity and Civil Rights:  http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

4.     Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – CADRE/Special Education

CADRE Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – a brochure with specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child’s school. Developed in partnership between CADRE and the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, originally published, May 2004:

English: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

Also available in:

English
Russian
 

From CADRE, the National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

 

5.  Sample Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Reporting Form – OSPI

Under the state’s model HIB procedure, schools must provide an incident reporting form for students, families, and staff to report incidents of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
Russian |

From OSPI Equity & Civil Rights Office: http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

6.  How to File a Complaint – OCR

(posted in section with Resources Available in Other Languages: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto-index.html)

·  Russian русский

  • Как Подать Жалобу О Дискриминации  PDF (228K) | How to File a Complaint

  • Форма подачи жалоб о случаях дискриминации PDF (242K) | Complaint Form

  • обеспечение равного доступа к высококачественному образованию  PDF (174K) | Ensuring Equal Access to High-Quality Education

Somali

1.     Important Document Notice – OSPI

If a situation arises when a school is unable to translate a document immediately, one method to ensure that limited English proficient families can access the information is by including a notice on the document, translated into the parent’s primary language (e.g. on pre-printed stickers) informing families that they can contact the school to have the document translated.
Sample Important Document Notice (in 9 languages)

From OSPI’s Office of Equity and Civil Rights:  http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

3.     Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – CADRE/Special Education

CADRE Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – a brochure with specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child’s school. Developed in partnership between CADRE and the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, originally published, May 2004:

English: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

Also available in:

English
Somali
From CADRE, the National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

4.     Sample Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Reporting Form – OSPI

Under the state’s model HIB procedure, schools must provide an incident reporting form for students, families, and staff to report incidents of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
English | Somali |

From OSPI Equity & Civil Rights Office: http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

5. How to File a Complaint – OCR

Somali Af-Soomaali

  • Sida Xafiiska Xuquuqda Rayadka Loogu Gudbinayo Cabashada  PDF (123K) | How to File a Complaint

  • Foomka Cabashada Takooridda PDF (34K) | Complaint Form

  • Sugidda Helitaan Loo Siman Yahay Xagga Waxbarasho Tayo Sare Leh  PDF (121K) | Ensuring Equal Access to High-Quality Education

Spanish

1.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents

Fact Sheet, Information for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (Jan. 2015) download filesPDF (547K)

Translations: Spanish download files PDF (194K),

From US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/ellresources.html

2.     Important Document Notice – OSPI

If a situation arises when a school is unable to translate a document immediately, one method to ensure that limited English proficient families can access the information is by including a notice on the document, translated into the parent’s primary language (e.g. on pre-printed stickers) informing families that they can contact the school to have the document translated.
Sample Important Document Notice (in 9 languages)

Spanish

From OSPI’s Office of Equity and Civil Rights:  http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

3.     Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – CADRE/Special Education

CADRE Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – a brochure with specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child’s school. Developed in partnership between CADRE and the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, originally published, May 2004:

English: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

Also available in:

English
Spanish
From CADRE, the National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

 

4.  Sample Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Reporting Form – OSPI

Under the state’s model HIB procedure, schools must provide an incident reporting form for students, families, and staff to report incidents of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
Spanish |

From OSPI Equity & Civil Rights Office: http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

5.  Fact Sheet on Harassment and Bullying – OCR

From an October 2010 Dear Colleague letter regarding Harassment & Bullying. Includes a summary of possible effects of harassment and bullying, the purpose of the Dear Colleague letter, the anti-discrimination laws enforced by OCR (Title VI, IX and Section 504), obligations of schools under the anti-discrimination laws relating to harassment and bullying and how to get help from OCR.

English: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-201010.html.

Spanish:

·  Acoso y hostigamiento | Harassment and Bullying – 10-26-2010

Hoja informativa PDF (162K) | Fact Sheet
Carta a los Estimados Colegas PDF (318K) | Dear Colleague Letter

From US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (posted in section with Resources Available in Other Languages: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto-index.html).

6.   How to File a Complaint – OCR

(posted in section with Resources Available in Other Languages: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto-index.html)

·  Spanish español

Tagalog

1.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents – OCR

Fact Sheet for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (PDF)
Schools may use this fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, to explain the school district's obligation to ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) students can meaningfully participate in educational programs and services, and to communicate information to LEP parents in a language they can understand.
English | Tagalog

 

2.     Sample Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Reporting Form – OSPI

Under the state’s model HIB procedure, schools must provide an incident reporting form for students, families, and staff to report incidents of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
English | Tagalog

OSPI Equity & Civil Rights Office: http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

 

3.     Fact Sheet on Harassment and Bullying – OCR

From an October 2010 Dear Colleague letter regarding Harassment & Bullying. Includes a summary of possible effects of harassment and bullying, the purpose of the Dear Colleague letter, the anti-discrimination laws enforced by OCR (Title VI, IX and Section 504), obligations of schools under the anti-discrimination laws relating to harassment and bullying and how to get help from OCR.

English: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-201010.html.

Tagalog:

·  Panliligalig at Pananakot | Harassment and Bullying – 10-26-2010

Listahan ng mga Katotohanan PDF (94K) | Fact Sheet
Press Release PDF (30K)

4.     How to File a Complaint – OCR

Tagalog

  • Pagsampa ng Reklamo Laban sa Diskriminasyon PDF (151K) | How to File a Complaint

  • Pormularyo ng Reklamo ukol sa Diskriminasyon PDF (47K) | Complaint Form 

  • Pagsisiguro ng Magkakapantay na Pagkakataon Para sa Mataas na Uri na Edukasyon PDF(135K) | Ensuring Equal Access to High-Quality Education

Vietnamese

1.     Fact sheet re Districts’ Obligations to Communicate with LEP Parents – OCR

Fact Sheet, Information for Limited English Proficient Parents and for Schools and School Districts that Communicate with Them (Jan. 2015) download filesPDF (547K)

Translations: Vietnamese download files PDF (547K)

From US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/ellresources.html

2.     Important Document Notice – OSPI

If a situation arises when a school is unable to translate a document immediately, one method to ensure that limited English proficient families can access the information is by including a notice on the document, translated into the parent’s primary language (e.g. on pre-printed stickers) informing families that they can contact the school to have the document translated.
Sample Important Document Notice (in 9 languages)

English

Vietnamese

From OSPI’s Office of Equity and Civil Rights:  http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

3.     Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – CADRE/Special Education

CADRE Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child’s School – a brochure with specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child’s school. Developed in partnership between CADRE and the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, originally published, May 2004:

English: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

Also available in:

English
Vietnamese

From CADRE, the National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education: http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/success.cfm

4.  Sample Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Reporting Form – OSPI

Under the state’s model HIB procedure, schools must provide an incident reporting form for students, families, and staff to report incidents of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
English | Vietnamese

From OSPI Equity & Civil Rights Office: http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx

5.  Fact Sheet on Harassment and Bullying – OCR

From an October 2010 Dear Colleague letter regarding Harassment & Bullying. Includes a summary of possible effects of harassment and bullying, the purpose of the Dear Colleague letter, the anti-discrimination laws enforced by OCR (Title VI, IX and Section 504), obligations of schools under the anti-discrimination laws relating to harassment and bullying and how to get help from OCR.

English: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-201010.html.

Vietnamese

·  Quấy Nhiễu và Hiếp Đáp | Harassment and Bullying – 10-26-2010

Bản Dữ Kiện PDF (174K) | Fact Sheet 
Thông Cáo Báo Chí PDF (74K) | Press Release

From US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (posted in section with Resources Available in Other Languages: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto-index.html).

6.   How to File a Complaint – OCR

(posted in section with Resources Available in Other Languages: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto-index.html)

Vietnamese Việt-ngữ

  • Cách Gởi Đơn Khiếu Nại PDF (269K) | How to File a Complaint

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