Should You Worry About School Violence? for Teens
After hearing news of school shootings or other violence, it's natural for students — no matter how old they are or where they go to school — to worry about whether this type of incident may someday happen to them or their friends.
Bullying/Violence for Teens
Get advice on everything from standing up to bullies to apologizing to someone if you were the bully.
School Violence and the News for Parents
As terrible and frightening as incidents of school violence are, they are rare. But it's natural for kids to worry. Here's how to help them deal with these fears.
If you suspect that someone is bringing a weapon to school or threatening someone else's life, it requires immediate attention. This article offers some tips on getting help.
Problems at School for Teens
Sometimes, homework or keeping up in class aren't the only challenges you face in school. This section has advice on cliques, bullying, violence, and more.
Word! Violence for Kids
Your parents have probably told you not to watch a TV show because it is too violent or that some video games are too violent.
How to Talk to Your Child About the News for Parents
News reports are often educational. But when stories are about violence or other disturbing topics, parents can find it hard to explain to kids. Here are some guidelines.
Bullying - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents
Help for kids being bullied, and how to teach a bullying child to stop.
School & Work for Teens
Are you thinking about volunteering? Planning for life after high school? This section offers help with homework, dealing with bullying, finding a summer job, and lots more.
Gun Safety for Teens
Every year, guns are used to kill or injure thousands of Americans. Here's how to keep yourself safe, whether your family has guns at home or not.