Research says almost one-third of today's teens are either bullies or victims of bullying. Bullies typically attack kids who are different in some way, kids who may be overweight, smart, poor, talented, or fashion-impaired. But those who witness bullying are afraid too; 88 percent of teens say or do nothing because they are afraid they will become victims if they try to stop it.
In Silent Witness, experts say that together these silent witnesses have the power to be the "tipping point" and can change the climate of bullying in American schools. They may be the most powerful weapon of all.
Learn about the power bystanders have to stop bullying, the difference between tattling and reporting, and how "telling" not only protects victims, but also could protect a witness from becoming a victim.
Includes public viewing rights and a Resource Guide.