2011 Bullying and Cyberbullying in Fairfax County - Videos Now Available in Multiple Languages

Over half of Fairfax County students reported being the victims of bullying in the past year, according to the Fairfax County Youth Survey of 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th grades.  “ Bullying and Cyberbullying,” a video available in English, Spanish, Korean and Vietnamese, shows how being a bullying victim affects other aspects of a student’s life, signs to look for, and how you can help. (Student actors from Fairfax County Public Schools participated in the making of these videos.)  

The annual Fairfax County Youth Survey looks at the behaviors, experiences and other factors that influence the health and well-being of our youth. To learn more about the facts and stats, and to get useful tips on recognizing warning signs of risky behavior and to find out how to get help, view and share the Youth Survey fact sheets and videos with your family, friends, neighbors and colleagues.

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