Bullying is an issue which is not new to American school systems. This paper provides an in-depth examination through an Adlerian lens of four bullying prevention programs. The examination of each program will include evidence of program effectiveness, the geographic location of implementation, ethnicity, and other factors to take into consideration when examining each program. The four programs of examination are the Olweus bullying prevention program, Steps to Respect program, Second Step program, and the Bully Busters program. All of these programs have been implemented in schools for the last twenty years. The programs are familiar to many educators and are highly regarded.
An In-depth Analysis of School Bullying Prevention Programs
Jennie Nicole Friedley
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