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New York City Department of Education A832- Bullying and Bias-Based Policies

Regulation of the Chancellor
Category: STUDENTS Issued: 10/12/11 Number: A-832
Subject: STUDENT-TO-STUDENT BIASED-BASED HARASSMENT,
INTIMIDATION, AND/OR BULLYING
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SUMMARY OF CHANGES
This Regulation supercedes Chancellor’s Regulation A-832, dated September 3, 2008. It establishes a
procedure for the filing, investigation, and resolution of complaints of student-to-student bias-based
harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying.
Changes
• Bias-based harassment, intimidation and/or bullying includes acts committed by students against
other students on account of weight. (p. 1, Section I (A) and (B))
• Bias-based harassment includes harassment that substantially interferes with a student’s mental,
emotional or physical well-being. (p. 1, Section I (C))
• Staff members who are designated to receive reports of bias-based harassment (referred to as
RFA liaison(s)) serve as a resource for the school on this issue and may receive reports from
students or staff. (p. 2, Section II (A))
• The Regulation has been clarified to provide that an anonymous report alleging bias-based
harassment, intimidation and/or bullying may be made and will be investigated in light of the
information provided by the anonymous reporter. (p. 2, Section II (C))
• Parents may report student-to-student bias-based harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying to the
principal or the principal’s designee or by e-mailing RespectforAll@schools.nyc.gov. Such reports
must be handled pursuant to the procedures in this Regulation. (p. 2, Section II (E))
• Where the principal/designee believes that alleged bias-based harassment, intimidation or bullying
constitutes criminal conduct, he/she may consult with the Office of Legal Services and/or the CFN
Network Leader. (p. 2, Section II (F))
• The school must notify the parents of the alleged victim and the parents of the accused student of
the results of an investigation of a report of bias-based bullying, intimidation and/or harassment,
except when a decision has been made not to notify the parents of the alleged victim of the
allegation as set forth in the Regulation. (p. 3, Section III (E))
• A copy of the school’s report of an allegation of bias-based harassment must be sent to the CFN
Network Leader. (p. 3, Section III (E))
• Each school must post Respect for All posters in locations deemed highly visible to students,
parents and staff. (p. 3, Section V(A))
• Each principal/designee must ensure that students and staff have been provided with information
and training on the policy and procedures in this Regulation by October 31 of each year. (p. 4,
Section V (C))
• Each school must submit the following information in its annual Consolidated School and Youth
Development Plan by October 31: (1) the name of the RFA liaison(s); (2) certification that at least
one RFA liaison has already attended or will attend within the school year OSYD training on human
Regulation of the Chancellor
Category: STUDENTS Issued: 10/12/11 Number: A-832
Subject: STUDENT-TO-STUDENT BIASED-BASED HARASSMENT,
INTIMIDATION, AND/OR BULLYING
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relations in the areas of race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship/immigration status,
religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability and weight;
(3) certification that students and staff members have been provided with information and training
on the policy and procedures in this Regulation; and (4) a plan for preventing and addressing biasbased
harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying. (p. 4, Section VI)
• The following attachments to the Regulation have been revised to include ‘’weight’’ as a prohibited
basis for bias-based harassment, intimidation and/or bullying: the summary of prohibited
bias-based harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying (Attachment No. 1); the complaint form
(Attachment No. 2); the Respect for All poster (Attachment No. 3); and the Respect for All brochure
(Attachment No. 4).
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ABSTRACT
It is the policy of the New York City Department of Education to maintain a
safe and supportive learning and educational environment that is free from
harassment, intimidation and/or bullying committed by students against other
students on account of race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin,
citizenship/immigration status, religion, gender, gender identity, gender
expression, sexual orientation, disability or weight. Such harassment,
intimidation and/or bullying is prohibited and will not be tolerated in school,
during school hours, before or after school, while on school property, at
school sponsored events, or while traveling on vehicles funded by the
Department of Education and on other than school property when such
behavior can be demonstrated to negatively affect the educational process or
to endanger the health, safety, morality or welfare of the school community.
Students found guilty of violating this Regulation will be subject to
appropriate disciplinary action consistent with the Discipline Code and
Chancellor’s Regulation A-443. For complaints of peer sexual harassment,
please refer to Chancellor’s Regulation A-831
.
I. POLICY
A. It is the policy of the New York City Department of Education to maintain a safe and
supportive learning and educational environment that is free from harassment, intimidation,
and/or bullying committed by students against other students on account of race, color,
creed, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship/immigration status, religion, gender, gender
identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability or weight. Such bias-based
harassment, intimidation and/or bullying is prohibited.
B. It is the policy of the New York City Department of Education to prohibit retaliation against
any student, teacher or school employee who reports an incident of alleged student-tostudent
bias-based harassment, intimidation and/or bullying or who participates or assists in
an investigation relating to such behavior.
C. Bias-based harassment, intimidation and/or bullying is any intentional written, verbal, or
physical act that a student or group of students directs at another student or students which:
(1) is based on a student’s actual or perceived race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin,
citizenship/immigration status, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual
orientation, disability or weight; and (2) substantially interferes with a student’s ability to
participate in or benefit from an educational program, school sponsored activity or any other
aspect of a student’s education; or (3) creates a hostile, offensive, or intimidating school
environment; or (4) substantially interferes with a student’s mental, emotional or physical
well-being; or (5) otherwise adversely affects a student’s educational opportunities. The
definitions of bias-based behavior are found in Attachment No. 1.
D. Bias-based harassment, intimidation and/or bullying may take many forms and can be
physical, verbal or written. Written harassment, intimidation and/or bullying include
electronically transmitted acts, e.g., via Internet, cell phone, personal digital assistant or
wireless handheld device.
E. Such behavior includes, but is not limited, to:
• Physical violence
• Stalking;
• Threats, taunts, teasing;
• Aggressive or menacing gestures;
• Exclusion from peer groups designed to humiliate or isolate;
• Using derogatory language;
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• Making derogatory jokes or name calling or slurs;
• Written or graphic material, including graffiti, containing comments or stereotypes that
are electronically circulated or are written or printed.
II. REPORTING PROCEDURES
A. Each principal must designate at least one staff member (hereinafter referred to as RFA
liaison(s)) to whom reports by students or staff members of student-on-student bias-based
harassment, intimidation and/or bullying can be made and who serves as a resource for
students and staff on this issue. Complaints may be made in writing or verbally (see
Attachment No. 2).
B. Any student who believes that he/she has been the victim of such behavior should report
the incident to the RFA liaison(s) or to any other school employee. Other students may also
report such incidents, and such reports must be handled pursuant to the procedures in this
regulation.
C. If a student feels uncomfortable making a report to a school staff member, a student may
contact the Office of School and Youth Development (OSYD) by e-mailing the complaint to
RespectforAll@schools.nyc.gov. Examples of circumstances where this might be
appropriate include: if the student is not sure the behavior is covered by the regulation; if a
student previously made a report and the behavior has continued; or if the student is
concerned about coming forward. In such circumstances, OSYD will determine the
appropriate follow-up action. An anonymous report alleging bias-based harassment,
intimidation and/or bullying may be made and will be investigated in light of the information
provided by the anonymous reporter.
D. Any staff member who witnesses student-to-student bias-based harassment, intimidation
and/or bullying or who has knowledge or information or receives notice that a student may
have been the victim of such behavior by another student is required to promptly report the
alleged act to the RFA liaison.
E. Parents may report student-to student bias-based harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying
to the principal or the principal’s designee or by e-mailing RespectforAll@schools.nyc.gov.
Such reports must be handled pursuant to the procedures in this Regulation.
F. Where the principal/designee believes that the alleged conduct constitutes criminal activity,
he/she must contact the police. The principal/designee may consult with the Office of Legal
Services and/or the CFN Network Leader.
G. If the complaint cannot be investigated at the school level due to the nature and
seriousness of the allegation(s), the principal/designee should consult with the Office of
School and Youth Development.
III. INVESTIGATION
A. Complaints of bias-based harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying must be investigated
promptly and entered into OORS within 24 hours.
B. The principal/designee must take the following investigative steps, as soon as practicable,
but in any event, not later than five days after receipt of the complaint:
1. interview the alleged victim and document the conversation;
2. ask the alleged victim to prepare a written statement which includes as much detail
as possible, including a description of the behavior, when it took place and who may
have witnessed it;
3. interview the accused student and advise him/her that if the conduct has occurred, it
must cease immediately;
4. ask the accused student to prepare a written statement; and
5. interview any witnesses and obtain their written statements.
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C. The principal/designee must advise the parent(s) of the accused student of the allegations.
The principal/designee must also advise the parent(s) of the alleged victim of the
allegations, unless the alleged victim informs the principal/designee of safety concerns in
regard to such notification. In such case, the principal/designee shall decide whether to
inform the alleged victim’s parents following consideration of privacy and safety concerns.
The principal may consult with the Office of the General Counsel in making this decision.
D. In determining whether the alleged conduct constitutes a violation of this regulation, it is
necessary to evaluate the totality of the circumstances surrounding the conduct. The
following facts should be considered:
• the ages of the parties involved;
• the nature, severity and scope of the behavior;
• the frequency and duration of the behavior;
• the number of persons involved in the behavior;
• the context in which the conduct occurred;
• where the conduct occurred;
• whether there have been other incidents in the school involving the same students;
• whether the conduct adversely affected the student’s education.
E. The school shall report the results of its investigation of each complaint filed under these
procedures in writing to the parents of the alleged victim and the parents of the accused
student within ten school days of the complaint subject to state and federal laws regarding
student records privacy and consistent with the privacy rights of the alleged harasser,
except where a decision was made not to notify the parents of the alleged victim of the
allegation as set forth in Section III.C. A copy of this report must be sent to the CFN
Network Leader.
IV. FOLLOW-UP ACTION
A. Where appropriate, the complaining student and the accused student should be referred to
the guidance counselor, school social worker, psychologist or other appropriate school staff
for separate counseling.
B. Where appropriate, the principal/designee should utilize intervention methods, including
sensitivity training, counseling, and/or referral to a community-based agency for counseling,
support and education.
C. Students who have been found to have violated this regulation will be subject to appropriate
disciplinary action pursuant to the Department of Education’s Discipline Code and
Chancellor’s Regulation A-443.
D. The principal/designee must follow up to ensure that the conduct has stopped.
V. NOTIFICATION
A. Each school must conspicuously post “Respect for All” posters in locations deemed highly
visible to students, parents1
B. A copy of the “Respect for All” brochure must be distributed annually to parents and
students (see Attachment No. 4). Parents/students entering the school during the school
year must receive a copy upon registration.
and staff. The posters must contain the name of the RFA
liaison(s) (see Attachment No. 3).
1 The term “parent,” whenever used in this Regulation, means the student’s parent(s) or guardian(s), or any person(s)
in a parental or custodial relationship to the student, or the student, if he/she is an emancipated minor or has
reached 18 years of age.
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C. Each principal/designee must ensure that students and staff members have been provided
with information and training on the policy and procedures in this Regulation by October 31
of each year.
D. A copy of this regulation should be made available to parents, school staff and students
upon request.
VI. CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PLAN
A. Each school must submit the following information in its annual Consolidated School and
Youth Development Plan by October 31:
1. The name of the RFA liaison(s).
2. Certification that at least one RFA liaison has already attended or will attend within
the school year OSYD training on human relations in the areas of race, color, creed,
ethnicity, national origin, citizenship/immigration status, religion, gender, gender
identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability and weight.
3. Certification that students and staff members have been provided with information
and training on the policy and procedures in this Regulation.
4. A plan for preventing and addressing bias-based harassment, intimidation, and/or
bullying.
VII. CONFIDENTIALITY
It is Department of Education policy to respect the privacy of all parties and witnesses to
complaints brought under this regulation. However, the need for confidentiality must be balanced
against the obligation to cooperate with police investigations, to provide due process to the
accused, and/or to take necessary action to investigate or resolve the complaint. Therefore,
information regarding the complaint may be disclosed in appropriate circumstances.
VIII. RETALIATION
Students may not retaliate against another student, teacher or school employee who reports an
incident of alleged student-to-student bias-based harassment, intimidation and/or bullying or who
participates or assists in an investigation relating to such behavior. Retaliation will be
investigated and subject to appropriate disciplinary action.
IX. INQUIRIES
Inquiries pertaining to this regulation should be addressed to:
Telephone:
212-374-6834
Office of School and Youth Development
NYC Department of Education
52 Chambers Street, Room 218
New York, NY 10007
Fax:
212 374-5751
Chancellor’s Regulation A-832
Attachment No. 1
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SUMMARY OF PROHIBITED BIAS-BASED HARASSMENT,
INTIMIDATION OR BULLYING
It is the policy of the New York City Department of Education to maintain a safe and supportive learning
and educational environment that is free from harassment, intimidation and/or bullying committed by
students against other students on account of race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin,
citizenship/immigration status, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation,
disability or weight. Such harassment, intimidation and/or bullying is unacceptable conduct and will not
be tolerated in school, during school hours, before and after school, while on school property, at school
sponsored events, or while traveling on vehicles funded by the Department of Education and on other
than school property when such behavior can be demonstrated to negatively affect the educational
process or to endanger the health, safety, morality or welfare of the school community. Students found
guilty of violating this Regulation will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action consistent with the
Discipline Code and Chancellor’s Regulation A-443. Please refer to Chancellor’s Regulation A-831
The following is intended to provide guidance to assist staff and students in identifying bias-based
behavior.
for
complaints of peer sexual harassment.
Citizenship/Immigration Status: actual or perceived immigration status or status as a citizen of a
country other than the United States of America.
Disability: actual or perceived disability, or history of disability. The term “disability” applies to a person
who (1) has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities;
(2) has a record of such an impairment; or (3) Is regarded as having such an impairment. Major life
activities include caring for one’s self, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, working, performing
manual tasks, and learning. Some examples of impairments which may substantially limit major life
activities, even with the help of medication or aids/devices, are: AIDS, alcoholism, blindness or visual
impairment, cancer, deafness or hearing impairment, diabetes, drug addiction, heart disease, and mental
illness.
Ethnicity/National Origin: actual or perceived national origin or ethnic identity. National origin is distinct
from race/color or religion/creed because people of several races and religions or their forbearers — may
come from one nation. The term “national origin” includes members of all national groups and groups of
persons of common ancestry, heritage or background; it also includes individuals who are married to or
associated with a person or persons of a particular national origin.
Gender (Sex)
The term “gender” shall also include a person’s gender identity, self-image, appearance, behavior or
expression, whether or not that gender identity, self-image, appearance, behavior or expression is
different from that traditionally associated with the legal sex assigned to that person at birth.
: actual or perceived gender (sex), pregnancy, or conditions related to pregnancy or
childbirth. The prohibition against gender discrimination includes sexual harassment.
Race/Color: actual or perceived race or color.
Religion/Creed: actual or perceived religion or creed (set of fundamental beliefs, whether or not they
constitute a religion).
Sexual Orientation: actual or perceived sexual orientation. The term sexual orientation means
heterosexuality, homosexuality or bisexuality.
Weight
: actual or perceived weight.
Chancellor’s Regulation A-832
Attachment No. 2
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STUDENT-TO-STUDENT BIAS-BASED HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION AND/OR BULLYING
COMPLAINT FORM
NAME OF STUDENT: _________________________________________________________________
DATE: ______________________________________________________________________________
SCHOOL: ___________________________________________________________________________
Name of the person who you believe is responsible for the harassment, intimidation and/or bullying:
____________________________________________________________________________________
Date(s), time(s) and place the incident occurred: _____________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
Nature of Complaint:
1. Check below the bases for why you believe you were harassed, intimidated and/or bullied.
Color Race
Creed Religion
Disability Retaliation (for complaint)
Ethnicity/National Origin Sexual Orientation
Citizenship/Immigration Status Gender/Sex
Gender Identity/Gender Expression Weight
Describe the incident(s) as clearly and with as much detail as possible.
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
List any witnesses who were present or who have knowledge about the incident.
__________________________________________ _____________________________________
__________________________________________ _____________________________________
__________________________________________ _____________________________________
__________________________________________ _____________________________________
Chancellor’s Regulation A-832
Attachment No. 2
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__________________________________________ _____________________________________
Signature of Student Date
Received By: _______________________________ _____________________________________
Name Date
_______________________________
Title
T H E N Y C D I S C I P L I N E C O D E
P R O H I B I T S I N T I M I D A T I O N A N D
B U L L Y I N G B E H A V I O R
N Y C P U B L I C S C H O O L S
R E S P E C T F O R A L L
The NYC Public Schools Citywide Discipline Code prohibits students from bullying or
intimidating other students for any reason, either by engaging in verbal or physical
conduct, including taunting and/or intimidation through the use of epithets or slurs involving
race, color, ethnicity, citizenship/immigration status, national origin (which includes
groups of students of common ancestry, heritage, background or those from
the same country), religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation,
weight or disability. This standard is set forth in the Discipline Code. It is in
effect on school grounds, school buses and at all school-sponsored activities, programs
and events.
If you need help because
someone has bullied or
intimidated you, or if you
have concerns about being
the victim of bullying or
intimidation, you can go to:
________________________
________________________
___________________________
To Report an Incident
Students who believe they have
been the victim of bullying or
intimidating behavior by another
student, and all students who see
or know of such behavior, should
report the incident to
school personnel immediately.
Staff members who witness bullying or intimidating behavior will
take appropriate action to intervene to stop such behavior and will
report such an incident to their supervisor .
Students who violate the Citywide Discipline Code will be subject
to appropriate disciplinary action as outlined in the Discipline
Code and Chancellor’s Regulation A-443.
What happens after a complaint is
made?
All reports of sexual harassment will be investigated
as soon as possible, but not later than five
days after the complaint is made. The principal/
designee must take the investigative steps as
stated in Chancellor’s Regulation A-831.
If the principal believes that the alleged conduct
constitutes criminal activity, she/he must contact the
police. Following completion of the investigation, the
principal must issue a written report of his/her findings.
This report must be issued within ten school
days of receipt of the complaint. The school shall
report the results of its investigation of each complaint
filed under these procedures in writing to the
complainant in accordance with state and federal
laws regarding data or records privacy and consistent
with the privacy of the alleged harasser.
The report shall include a determination of whether
the allegations have been substantiated and
whether they appear to be violations of Chancellor’s
Regulation A-831.
What help is available for students?
Both the student who is victimized and the student
who engages in the prohibited behavior should be
referred to separate school based counseling and/
or separate, appropriate community-based agencies
for counseling, support, and education.
Accountability
Respect For
All: Keeping Our
Schools Free of
Sexual Harassment
Confidentiality: It is the NYC
Public Schools’ policy to respect
the privacy of all parties and
witnesses to complaints brought
under this policy. However,
sometimes, we may need to share
information in order to resolve a
complaint. Therefore, information
regarding a complaint may be
di s c los ed in appropr iate
circumstance to individuals with
the need to know.
Making NYC Public
Schools Safe and
Supportive for All
Students
New York City
Department of Education
Retaliation against someone who reports an
incident of sexual harassment or who helps
in an investigation is prohibited. Students
who believe they have been retaliated
against should immediately contact a school
supervisor.
Michael R. Bloomberg
Mayor
Dennis M. Walcott
Chancellor
If additional assistance is needed, please email:
RespectForAll@schools.nyc.gov
Chancellor’s Regulation A-831
Attachment No. 3
Each student in the NYC public schools brings
to our school community the richness of our
city’s cultural diversity and the desire for respect.
It is the policy of the New York City
Department of Education to maintain a safe
and supportive learning and educational environment
that is free from sexual harassment
committed by students against other students.
Such harassment is unacceptable conduct
and will not be tolerated.
It is a violation of
Chancellor’s A-831
Regulation and
the Citywide Standards
of Discipline
and Intervention
Measures for a
student to harass
another student
through conduct or
communication of a sexual nature, as defined
below.
Students found guilty of violating this regulation
will be subject to appropriate disciplinary
action consistent with the Discipline Code and
Chancellor’s Regulation A-443. (Sexual harassment
of a student by an employee is prohibited,
as set forth in Chancellor’s Regulation
A-830.)
This policy is in effect on school grounds,
school buses and at all school sponsored activities,
programs and events.
A copy of Chancellor’s Regulations and the
Discipline Code are available in the principal’s
office and online at http://schools.nyc.gov/
RulesPolicies/default.htm
What is sexual harassment ?
Student-to-student sexual harassment is conduct
and/or communication by a student directed against
another student. It may be unwelcome and uninvited
sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, sexually
motivated physical conduct and other verbal,
non-verbal or physical conduct or communication of
a sexual nature which is sufficiently severe, pervasive
or persistent to:
substantially interfere with a student’s ability to
participate in or benefit from an educational program,
school sponsored activity or any other
aspect of a student’s education; or
create a hostile, offensive, or intimidating school
environment; or
otherwise adversely affect a student’s educational
opportunities.
Such behavior can constitute sexual harassment
whether it is directed at persons of the same or opposite
sex.
What are some examples of banned
behaviors?
Sexually harassing behavior may take many forms,
including but not limited to:
engaging in physical conduct of a sexual nature
such as patting, pinching, grabbing, brushing up
against another person in a sexual way;
making sexual comments, remarks, insults, and/
or jokes;
displaying, or distributing sexually oriented or
suggestive objects, pictures, drawings;
making obscene gestures;
pressuring for sexual activity;
spreading rumors of a sexual nature;
engaging in sexually violent or coercive behavior
(assault, rape).
engaging in a pattern of threatened or actual
physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse to
control a dating partner
What should you do if you believe
you have been sexually harassed ?
It is the responsibility of each principal to designate
a staff member to whom reports of studentto-
student sexual harassment can be made.
Any student who believes that she/he has
been the victim of sexual harassment by
another student should immediately report
the incident to the designated staff member
or to any other school staff.
Complaints should be reported as soon as
possible after the incident(s) so they can be
effectively investigated and addressed.
Complaints of harassment may be made in writing
or verbally (A complaint form may be
downloaded from Chancellor’s Regulation A-831
http://schools.nyc.gov/RulesPolicies/default.htm
Any staff member who witnesses student-tostudent
sexual harassment or who has
knowledge or information or is told that a
student may have been the victim of sexual
harassment by another student is required to
immediately report the alleged act to the
designated staff member. The designated
staff member is responsible for reporting all
complaints of student to student sexual harassment
to the principal/designee.
What happens to a student who
sexually harasses another student?
The Department of Education prohibits this
behavior. Students who violate the Discipline
Code will be subject to appropriate disciplinary
action as outlined in the Citywide Standards and
Chancellor’s Regulation A-831.
Please see the Respect for All
posters displayed through out
your school for the designated
school staff for all complaints
of student-to-student sexual
harassment.
Respect for All
in
NYC Public Schools
Respect: esteem for or sense
of worth or excellence of a
person; proper acceptance or
courtesy; regard for the dignity
of another’s character;
acknowledgment; the condition
of being esteemed or
honored; to show regard or
consideration for another.
What happens after a complaint is
made?
All reports of bullying, harassment or intimidating
behavior will be investigated.
The parents of both the alleged victim(s) and the
accused student(s) will be notified of the results
of investigation (subject to applicable confidentiality
requirements.)
In keeping with Chancellor’s Regulations A-443 ,
if the conduct violates the Discipline Code, appropriate
disciplinary action will be taken .
If the behavior constitutes criminal activity, the
police will be contacted.
If appropriate, individual or group counseling
and/or other interventions will be provided.
What help is available for victims
of bullying or intimidation?
School counselors are also available to provide
counseling services.
Accountability Respect
for All:
Confidentiality: It is the NYC
Public Schools’ policy to respect
the privacy of all parties and
witnesses to complaints brought
under this policy. However,
sometimes, we may need to share
information in order to resolve a
complaint. Therefore, information
regarding a complaint may be
disclosed in appropriate
circumstance to individuals with
the need to know.
Making NYC Public
Schools Safe and
Supportive for All
Students
New York City
Department of Education
Retaliation against someone who reports an
incident of harassment or discriminatory
behavior or who helps in an investigation is
prohibited. Students who believe they have
been retaliated against should immediately
contact a school supervisor.
Michael R. Bloomberg
Michael R. Bloomberg
Mayor
Dennis M. Walcott
Chancellor
Mayor
If additional assistance is needed, please email:
RespectForAll@schools.nyc.gov
Each student, faculty and staff member of the
NYC public schools brings to our school community
the richness of our city’s cultural diversity
and the desire for respect.
The Citywide Standards of Discipline and Intervention
Measures prohibits harassment and
prohibits students from bullying other students
for any reason, including taunting and/or intimidation
through the use of epithets or slurs
involving race,
color, ethnicity,
national origin
(which includes
groups of students
of common
ancestry, heritage,
background
or those from the
same country),
citizenship/immigration status, , religion, gender,
gender identity, gender expression, sexual
orientation, weight or disability. This policy
is in effect on school grounds, school buses
and at all school sponsored activities, programs
and events.
A copy of Chancellor’s Regulations and the
Discipline Code are available in the principal’s
office and online at http://schools.nyc.gov/
default.aspx
What happens to a student who
discriminates against or harasses
another student?
The Department of Education’s Discipline
Code prohibits this behavior. Students who
violate the Discipline Code will be subject to
appropriate disciplinary action as outlined in
the Citywide Standards and Chancellor’s
Regulation A-443 .
What is considered harassment or
discriminatory behavior?
Harassment/discriminatory behavior is one or more
negative acts committed by one or more students
against another student or group of students. Harassment
or discrimination can be physical, verbal,
or social. Physical harassment involves physical
injury or threat of injury. Verbal harassment refers
to teasing, taunting, or insulting someone. Social
harassment refers to the use of peer rejection or
exclusion to humiliate or isolate a person.
What are some examples of banned
behaviors?
• Threatening or harassing, intimidating or physically
assaulting another student because of
her/his race, color, ethnicity, religion, national
origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression,
sexual orientation, citizenship/immigration
status, weight, or disability;
• Using derogatory language or making derogatory
jokes or name calling or slurs in reference
to another student’s race, color, ethnicity, national
origin, religion, gender, gender identity,
gender expression, sexual orientation, citizenship/
immigration status, weight or disability
• Teasing or taunting another student
• Written or graphic material, including graffiti,
containing comments or stereotypes that are
either posted, circulated or are written or
printed on clothing or circulated on the Internet
(cyber-bullying) that are derogatory of others
because of their race, color, ethnicity, religion,
national origin, gender, gender identity, gender
expression, sexual orientation, citizenship/
immigration status, weight or disability.
• Negative stereotypes or hostile acts which are
derogatory to others because of their race,
color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender,
gender identity, gender expression, sexual
orientation, citizenship/immigration status,
weight or disability.
What should you do if you believe
another student has harassed or
discriminated against you or if you
have witnessed such behavior?
Students who believe they have been the victim
of bullying or intimidating behavior or harassment
by another student, and all students
with knowledge of such behavior, should report
the incident immediately.
• Complaints of discrimination or harassment
can be submitted in writing or orally
to the school staff members listed on your
school’s Respect for All posters which
are displayed throughout your school or to
any school staff.
• Complaints should be reported as soon as
possible after the incident(s) so they can
be effectively investigated and addressed.
• Staff members will report student complaints
to the appropriate school supervisor.
• Staff members who witness harassment or
discriminatory behavior will also report
such an incident to the appropriate supervisor.
Staff will take appropriate action to
intervene to stop such behavior.
Please see the Respect for All
posters displayed through out
your school for the designated
school staff for all complaints
o f stud e n t – t o – s t u d e n t
harassment or discriminatory
behavior.
Respect for All
in
NYC Public Schools
Respect: esteem for or sense
of worth or excellence of a
person; proper acceptance or
courtesy; regard for the dignity
of another’s character;
acknowledgment; the condition
of being esteemed or
honored; to show regard or
consideration for another.
¿Qué pasa después de que se presenta una
queja?
Todos los informes de acoso, hostigamiento o intimidación serán
investigados.
Los padres tanto de la(s) presunta(s) víctima(s) como del (de
los) estudiante(s) acusado(s) serán notificados de los resultados
de la investigación (dependiendo de los requisitos aplicables de
confidencialidad).
De conformidad con la Disposición A-443 del Canciller, si la
conducta viola el Código Disciplinario, se tomarán las medidas
apropiadas
Si la conducta constituye una actividad delictiva, se llamará a
la policía.
De ser apropiado se proveerán sesiones de orientación individuales
y colectivas, y otras medidas de intervención.
¿Qué tipo de ayuda está disponible para las
víctimas de acoso o intimidación?
Consejeros escolares están disponibles para proporcionar
servicios de orientación.
Rendición
de cuentas Respeto
para Todos:
Confidencialidad: Es política de
las escuelas públicas de la Ciudad
de Nueva York respetar la
privacidad y el anonimato de todas
las partes y testigos de quejas
presentadas de conformidad con
esta política. Sin embargo,
posiblemente a veces necesitamos
compartir información para resolver
una queja. Por lo tanto, información
relacionada con una queja puede
ser divulgada en circunstancias
apropiadas a individuos que
necesiten saber.
Hacemos de las escuelas
públicas de la Ciudad
de Nueva York lugares
seguros y acogedores
para todos los
estudiantes
Departamento de Educación de
la Ciudad de Nueva York
Está prohibido tomar represalias en contra de alguien
que reporte un incidente de acoso o conducta discriminatoria
o que ayude en una investigación. Los estudiantes
que piensen que han sido víctimas de represalias
deben contactar inmediatamente a un supervisor
escolar.
Michael R. Bloomberg
Alcalde
Dennis M. Walcott
Canciller
Mayor
Si necesita más asistencia puede enviar un mensaje por
correo electrónico a: RespectForAll@schools.nyc.gov
T&I-10857 (Spanish)
Cada estudiante, miembro del personal docente y empleado
de las escuelas públicas de la Ciudad de Nueva
York trae a nuestra comunidad educativa la riqueza de la
diversidad cultural de nuestra ciudad y el deseo por respeto.
Las normas de disciplina y las medidas de intervención
para toda la ciudad prohíben el hostigamiento y prohíben
a los estudiantes que acosen a sus compañeros por
ningún motivo, con provocaciones e intimidación mediante
el uso de
epítetos o insultos
que impliquen
raza, color, origen
étnico, nacionalidad
(lo cual incluye
grupos de estudiantes
de ancestro,
herencia y
linaje comunes o aquellos de un mismo país), estatus
inmigratorio y/o de ciudadanía, religión, sexo, identidad
sexual, expresión sexual, orientación sexual o discapacidad.
Esta política está en efecto en las instalaciones y
autobuses escolares y en todas las actividades, programas
y eventos auspiciados por una escuela.
Una copia de las Disposiciones del Canciller
(www.nyc.gov/schools/RulesPolicies/
ChancellorsRegulations) y del Código Disciplinario
(www.nyc.gov/schools/languages/spanish) está disponible
en la oficina del director de la escuela y en la Internet.
¿Qué le pasa a un estudiante que discrimina
o acosa a otro estudiante?
El Código Disciplinario del Departamento de Educación
prohíbe este tipo de conducta. Los estudiantes
que violen el Código Disciplinario de la ciudad estarán
sujetos a las acciones disciplinarias estipuladas en el
Código Disciplinario y la Disposición del Canciller A-443.
¿Qué se considera hostigamiento o
conducta discriminatoria?
Se considera como hostigamiento o conducta discriminatoria
uno o más actos negativos cometidos por
uno o más estudiantes en contra de otro estudiante
o grupo de estudiantes. El hostigamiento o la discriminación
pueden ser físicos, verbales o sociales. El
hostigamiento físico implica lesión corporal o amenaza
de causar daño físico. El hostigamiento verbal
consiste en burlarse de alguien o vituperarlo e insultarlo.
El hostigamiento social se refiere al rechazo o
la exclusión de los compañeros para humillar o aislar
a una persona.
¿Cuáles son algunos ejemplos de
conductas prohibidas?
?? Amenazar o acosar a otro estudiante, intimidarlo o
asaltarlo físicamente debido a su raza, color, origen
étnico, religión, nacionalidad, sexo, identidad sexual,
estatus inmigratorio y/o de ciudadanía, peso, apariencia
física, expresión sexual, orientación sexual, estatus
inmigratorio y/o de ciudadanía o discapacidad.
?? Utilizar lenguaje despectivo o hacer chistes vilipendiosos
o poner sobre nombres o proferir calumnias con
referencia a la raza, el color, el origen étnico, la nacionalidad,
la religión, el sexo, la identidad sexual, la expresión
sexual, la orientación sexual, estatus inmigratorio
y/o de ciudadanía, peso, apariencia física, o la
discapacidad de otro estudiante
?? Burlarse de otro estudiante o vituperarlo
?? Material escrito o gráfico, incluso grafito, contentivo de
comentarios o estereotipos que se publican, o se ponen
en circulación o se escriben o se imprimen en ropa
o se diseminan en Internet (ciberintimidación) y que
son menospreciativos de otras personas debido a su
raza, color, origen étnico, religión, nacionalidad, sexo,
identidad sexual, expresión sexual, orientación sexual,
estatus inmigratorio y/o de ciudadanía, peso, apariencia
física, o discapacidad.
?? Estereotipos negativos o actos hostiles despectivos
contra otras personas debido a su raza, el
color, el origen étnico, la nacionalidad, la religión.,
el sexo, la identidad sexual, la expresión
sexual, la orientación sexual, estatus inmigratorio
y/o de ciudadanía, peso, apariencia física, o
la discapacidad.
¿Qué debería hacer usted si
cree que otro estudiante lo ha
acosado o discriminado o si ha
sido testigo de tal conducta?
Los estudiantes que crean que han sido víctimas de
hostigamiento e intimidación por parte de otro
estudiante y todos los estudiantes que tengan
conocimiento de tal conducta deben reportar el
incidente de inmediato.
?? Las quejas de discriminación o acoso pueden
ser presentadas por escrito o verbalmente a los
empleados listados en los carteles Respect for
All (Respeto para Todos) que están colocados
en toda la escuela.
?? Las quejas deberían ser reportadas lo más
pronto posible después del (de los) incidente(s)
de manera que puedan ser abordadas e investigadas
efectivamente.
?? Los empleados reportan las quejas de los
estudiantes al supervisor escolar apropiado.
?? Los empleados que sean testigos de acoso o
discriminación también reportarán tal incidente
al supervisor apropiado. El personal tomará las
medidas necesarias a fin de frenar ese tipo de
conducta.
Por favor vea los carteles
Respect for All (Respeto para
Todos) colocados por toda la
escuela para que sepa cuál es el
personal encargado de todas las
quejas de acoso o discriminación
de estudiante a estudiante.
Respeto para Todos en las
escuelas públicas de la Ciudad de
Nueva York
Respeto: la estima o el sentido de valía
o excelencia de una persona; aceptación
o cortesía apropiada; respeto por
la dignidad del carácter de otra persona;
reconocimiento; la condición de
sentirse honrado o estimado; mostrar
respeto o consideración hacia otro ser
humano.
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T&I-10857 (Chinese)
Que se passe t’il après le dépôt d’une plainte ?
Tout signalement d’actes de harcèlement ou d’intimidation fera l’objet d’une enquête.
Les parents de la(des) victime(s) présumée(s) et ceux du(des) élève(s) accusé(s)
seront notifiés des résultats des recherches (sous réserve du respect des règles de
confidentialité qui s’appliquent).
Conformément à la Disposition Réglementaire A-443 du Chancelier, si le comportement
est en infraction avec le code de discipline, la sanction appropriée sera appliquée.
Si les actes en question sont d’ordre criminel, la police sera contactée.
Si le cas s’y prête, seront fournis un suivi psychologique individuel ou de groupe et/
ou d’autres mesures d’intervention.
Quel soutien offre t’on aux victimes de harcèlement ou d’intimidation
?
Les conseillers de l’école sont également disponibles pour recevoir les élèves en
consultation.
Responsabilité
Respect
pour Tous :
Confidentialité : les écoles publiques de la
Ville de New York ont pour règle de
respecter la vie privée de toutes les parties
et témoins impliqués lors de plaintes
déposées dans ce cadre. Dans certains
cas, il est toutefois nécessaire de partager
les informations afin de régler une plainte.
Quand les circonstances l’imposent, les
données relatives à une plainte peuvent
donc être révélées aux personnes qui ont
besoin de les connaître.
Faire des écoles publiques
de la Ville de New York un
lieu où tous les élèves se
sentent soutenus et en
sécurité
Département de l’Éducation
de la Ville de New York
Les représailles, contre une personne qui a donné l’alerte sur des
incidents résultant de harcèlement ou de discrimination, ou qui a
collaboré à l’enquête, sont interdites. Les élèves qui pensent avoir
été victimes de représailles doivent contacter, sans attendre, un
responsable de l’école.
Michael R. Bloomberg
Le Maire
Dennis M. Walcott
Le Chancelier
Mayor
Si vous avez besoin d’une aide supplémentaire, veuillez envoyer un
email à : RespectForAll@schools.nyc.gov
T&I-10857 (French)
Chaque élève, chaque enseignant ou membre du personnel des écoles publiques
de la Ville de New York amène, avec lui(elle), la richesse de la diversité
culturelle de notre ville et le désir de respect, à notre communauté scolaire.
Les règles de discipline, identiques pour tous, et les mesures d’intervention, en
vigueur dans toute la Ville, proscrivent le harcèlement. Elles interdisent aux
élèves de faire pression sur d’autres élèves quelle qu’en soit la raison. Parmi les
conduites répréhensibles, on peut citer : insulter et/ou intimider en utilisant des
qualificatifs ou propos dégradants qui invoquent la race, la couleur de peau,
l’appartenance ethnique, la nationalité d’origine (on entend par là des élèves
aux ancêtres, racines, parcours communs ou des élèves venus d’un même
pays), le statut d’immigré/de citoyen, le poids/l’apparence physique, la religion,
le sexe, l’identité sexuelle, l’expression sexuelle, l’orientation sexuelle ou un
handicap. Cette politique
s’applique dans les
locaux et bus scolaires
ainsi que lors de toutes
les activités, programmes
et manifestations
organisés avec l’aval
d’une école.
Des exemplaires de la
Disposition Réglementaire du Chancelier et du Code de Discipline sont disponibles
dans les bureaux des chefs d’établissements scolaires ou en ligne à
http://schools.nyc.gov/default.aspx.
Qu’arrive t’il à un élève auteur de harcèlement ou de discrimination
à l’encontre d’un autre élève ?
Le Département de l’Éducation condamne un tel comportement. Les
élèves qui enfreignent le Code de Discipline feront l’objet de mesures disciplinaires
appropriées conformément aux règles applicables à tous, en vigueur
sur toute la Ville, et à la Disposition Réglementaire A-443 du Chancelier.
Código Disciplinario y la Disposición del Canciller A-443.
Quels comportements peut-on qualifier de harcèlement
ou de discrimination ?
Le harcèlement et la discrimination correspondent à un ou
plusieurs actes négatifs commis par un ou plusieurs élèves au
détriment d’un autre élève ou groupe d’élèves. Ils peuvent être
physiques, verbaux ou sociaux. Le harcèlement physique
suppose qu’il y a blessures ou menaces d’atteinte à l’intégrité
corporelle. Le harcèlement verbal fait référence aux moqueries,
railleries ou insultes à l’encontre de quelqu’un. Le harcèlement
social correspond au rejet ou à l’exclusion d’un individu
du groupe pour l’humilier ou l’isoler.
Quels exemples de comportements interdits peut-on citer ?
?? Menacer ou harceler, intimider ou agresser physiquement un autre
élève en raison de sa race, sa couleur de peau, son appartenance
ethnique, sa religion, sa nationalité d’origine, son sexe, son identité
sexuelle, son expression sexuelle, son orientation sexuelle, son
statut de citoyen/d’immigré, son poids, son apparence physique ou
son handicap
?? Utiliser des termes infamants, faire des plaisanteries humiliantes,
injurier ou avoir des propos dégradants en faisant référence à la
race, la couleur de peau, l’appartenance ethnique, la nationalité
d’origine, la religion, le sexe, l’identité sexuelle, l’expression sexuelle,
l’orientation sexuelle, le statut de citoyen/d’immigré, le poids,
l’apparence physique ou le handicap d’un autre élève
?? Se moquer ou insulter un autre élève
?? Les textes ou graphismes, notamment les graffitis, qui contiennent
des commentaires ou stéréotypes, publiés, mis en circulation, écrits
ou imprimés sur des vêtements ou diffusés sur l’Internet (cyberintimidation),
infamants pour autrui parce que ciblant leur race,
couleur de peau, appartenance ethnique, religion, nationalité d’origine,
sexe, identité sexuelle, expression sexuelle, orientation
sexuelle, statut de citoyen/d’immigré, poids, apparence physique ou
handicap
?? Les stéréotypes péjoratifs ou les actes hostiles, humiliant les autres
parce que se fondant sur leur race, couleur de peau, appartenance
ethnique, religion, nationalité d’origine, sexe, identité sexuelle,
expression sexuelle, orientation sexuelle, statut de citoyen/
d’immigré, poids, apparence physique ou handicap.
Que faire si vous pensez qu’un autre élève a
harcelé ou a eu un comportement discriminatoire
à votre encontre ou si vous avez été témoin
d’une telle conduite ?
Les élèves qui jugent avoir été victimes de pressions, d’intimidation
ou de harcèlement par un autre élève, et tous les élèves qui
ont eu vent de tels actes, doivent rapporter immédiatement
l’incident.
?? Les plaintes pour discrimination ou harcèlement peuvent
être soumises oralement ou par écrit aux membres du
personnel scolaire dont le nom est listé sur les affiches
Respect for All (Respect pour Tous) placardées dans
votre école. Les élèves peuvent aussi se plaindre auprès
de n’importe quel membre du personnel de l’établissement
scolaire.
?? Les plaintes doivent être déposées le plus tôt possible
après l'(les) incident(s) pour qu’il y ait enquête et traitement
efficaces du problème.
?? Les membres du personnel transmettront les plaintes qu’ils
ont reçues au responsable scolaire qui s’impose.
?? Les membres du personnel qui assistent à des actes de
harcèlement ou à caractère discriminatoire rapporteront
également l’incident à la personne en charge appropriée.
L’école prendra les mesures adéquates pour intervenir et
arrêter un tel comportement.
Veuillez vous reporter aux affiches Respect
for All (Respect pour Tous), placardées sur
les murs de votre école, pour connaître les
membres du personnel désignés pour
recevoir toutes les plaintes contre des actes
de harcèlement ou de discrimination
perpétués par des élèves à l’encontre
d’autres élèves.
Respect pour Tous
dans les écoles publiques
de NYC
Respect : estime ou sens de la valeur ou des
qualités de la personne, accueil et acceptation
de quelqu’un dans les règles ou courtoisie,
égards pour la dignité de la personnalité des
autres, reconnaissance, le fait d’être estimé ou
honoré, de montrer de l’estime ou de la considération
pour autrui.
T&I-10857 (French)
Kisa k ap pase apre yo fin fè yon
plent?
N ap mennen ankèt sou tout plent ki gen pou wè
ak asèlman oswa entimidasyon.
Y ap enfòme ni paran elèv ki sanse viktim lan ni
paran elèv yo akize a sou rezilta envestigasyon
an (ki dwe adapte ak egzijans sou konfidansyalite
ki anvigè yo).
Pou aplike Règleman Chanselye A-443, si kondwit
la se yon vyolasyon Kòd disiplin lan, n ap
pran mezi apwopriye kòm pinisyon.
Si konpòtman an reprezante yon aktivite
kriminèl, n ap kontakte lapolis.
Lè l nesesè, n ap ofri sesyon konsèy endividyèl
oswa sesyon konsèy angwoup.
Ki èd ki genyen pou viktim entimidasyon?
Konseye lekòl yo disponib pou ofri sèvis konsèy.
Responsablite
Respè pou
tout Moun
Konfidansyalite : Lekòl leta nan vil
Nouyòk gen règleman pou respekte vi
prive, e pou kenbe sekrè non tout
moun ak temwen ki gen pou wè ak
plent yo fè dapre règleman sa a. Men,
kèk fwa nou oblije revele enfòmasyon
pou nou rive rezoud yon plent.
Kidonk, nou ka revele nan sikonstans
apwopriye enfòmasyon ki gen pou wè
ak yon plent, ba moun ki bezwen
ransèyman.
Fè lekòl leta vil
Nouyòk ansekirite ak
favorab pou tout elèv
NYCDOE
Lekòl la entèdi yo fè vanjans kont moun ki
rapòte yon ensidan sou asèlman oswa sou
diskriminasyon oswa kont moun ki bay èd
nan yon ankèt. Elèv ki kwè yon moun atake
li pou fè vanjans, dwe kontakte yon sipèvizè
lekòl la imedyatman.
Michael R. Bloomberg
Majistra
Dennis M. Walcott
Chanselye
Si w bezwen plis èd, ou kapab voye yon imèl nan
– RespectForAll@schools.nyc.gov
T&I-10857 (Haitian Creole)
Chak elèv, gwoup pwofesè ak manm pèsonèl ki
nan lekòl leta nan vil Nouyòk pote nan kominote
lekòl nou an richès divèsite kiltirèl vil nou ak dezi
pou tout moun jwenn respè.
Kòd Disiplin vil la pou lekòl leta nan vil Nouyòk
entèdi asèlman, epi li entèdi elèv yo fè zak brital
sou lòt elèv oswa pou entimide lòt elèv pou okenn
rezon. Kòd disiplin lan entèdi pou gen vye plezantri
ki fèt oswa entimidasyon oubyen toude, epi li entèdi
moun itilize ti non
jwèt oswa move
pawòl konsènan
ras, koulè, etnisite,
orijin nasyonal
(gwoup elèv ki soti
nan yon peyi, ki
gen menm zansèt,
menm eritaj, menm
eksperyans oswa
sa yo ki sòti nan menm peyi), sitwayènte/kondisyon
imigrasyon, relijyon, sèks (gason oswa fi), idantite
dapre sèks, fason li eksprime l seksyèlman, preferans
seksyèl, oswa andikap. Règleman sa a anvigè
nan lokal lekòl la, nan otobis lekòl la ak nan
tout aktivite, pwogram ak evènman lekòl la sipòte.
W ap jwenn yon kopi Règleman Chanselye yo
(www.nyc.gov/schools/RulesPolicies/
ChancellorsRegulations) ak Kòd Disiplin lan
(www.nyc.gov/schools/languages/haitiancreole)
nan biwo direktè lekòl la oswa sou Entènèt.
Kisa k ap pase yon elèv ki fè
diskriminasyon kont yon lòt
elèv oswa ki fè asèlman sou yon
lòt elèv?
Kòd disiplin Depatman Edikasyon an entèdi
konpòtman sa a. Elèv ki vyole Kòd Disiplin vil
la kapab sibi mezi disiplinè ki apwopriye jan sa
endike nan Kòd Disiplin lan ak nan Règleman A-
443 Chanselye a.
Ki konpòtman yo konsidere kòm
asèlman oswa diskriminasyon?
Konpòtman asèlman oswa diskriminasyon se
yon zak oswa plizyè zak negatif youn oswa
plizyè elèv fè kont yon lòt elèv oswa kont
yon gwoup elèv. Asèlman oswa diskriminasyon
kapab fizik, vèbal oswa sosyal. Asèlman
fizik gen pou wè ak domaj fizik oswa
menas pou fè domaj. Asèlman vèbal gen
pou wè ak anmède yon moun, fè move plezantri
ak moun lan oswa ensilte moun lan.
Asèlman sosyal gen pou wè ak rejè oswa
esklizyon kamarad klas pratike pou imilye
oswa izole yon moun.
Ki kèk egzanp konpòtman yo
entèdi?
?? Menas oswa asèlman, entimidasyon oswa atak
fizik sou yon lòt moun akòz ras moun lan, koulè li,
etnisite li, relijyon li, peyi kote li sòti, sèks li, idantite
l dapre sèks li, fason li eksprime l seksyèlman,
oryantasyon seksyèl li, sitwayènte/kondisyon
imigrasyon li, gwosè li, aparans fizik li oswa
andikap li genyen.
?? Langaj dezagreyab, oswa blag denigran oswa
bay vye non oswa ensilt konsènan ras yon lòt
elèv, koulè li, etnisite li, peyi kote li sòti, relijyon
li, sèks li, idantite l dapre sèks li, fason li eksprime
l seksyèlman, oryantasyon seksyèl li,
sitwayènte/kondisyon imigrasyon li, gwosè li ,
aparans fizik li oswa andikap li genyen.
?? Anmède yon lòt elèv oswa fawouche li.
?? Dokiman ekri oswa grafik, tankou grafiti, ki gen
kòmantè oswa estereyotip pou swa afiche, sikile
nan lekòl la oswa ekri oswa enprime sou rad,
oswa pou fè sikile sou Entènèt (cyberentimidasyon)
ki degradan pou lòt moun, akòz
ras li, koulè l, etnisite, relijyon, sèks, idantite l
dapre sèks li, fason li eksprime l seksyèlman,
oryantasyon seksyèl, sitwayènte/kondisyon
imigrasyon li, gwosè li, aparans fizik li oswa
andikap li genyen.
?? Estereyotip negatif oswa zak entimidasyon ki
degradan pou lòt moun akòz ras li, koulè l, etnisite,
relijyon, sèks, idantite dapre sèks li, fason
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Kisa w ta dwe fè si w kwè yon lòt
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Elèv ki kwè yo se viktim yon konpòtman sovaj
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( ?C? ? ?C? I ? ? ? ? ? û ? ? ? ? ? ? ? , û ? ? ý A ? ? ? ?
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&ü??? &7/?? ???? &????? &??9 &??? ?? ??? ü?û? É??K7 ? ?
???K ??? / Ã??? &????? &9û??/ ???? &??û?? ???? &???
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}??? ??û? &û??? ????? û? û??? Gû????/ Iûý: ???* ????? ??
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&??û?? ???? &??? &7/?? ???? &ü??? &????? &??9 &??? ? ?
&Gû? 2S 9?? ?? ???K ??? / Ã??? &????? &9û??/ ????
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±K??? û? ?ùû? û?? ????? &?ùû? û?? ±û??? ?? û? ????? ±??
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±?? ???* ????? ?ú? ?? I/
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&GûC? 2S 9?C? ?C? ?C?C?K ?C?C? / Ã??? &????? &9û??/ ????
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.±?? ???* ????? ?ú??? ±K??K7 ?? ±û?ù/K99û? ??/??û??
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(?ú?û? û??? û?? ?? u* ?? ?? û???7 ?? ???/K
I/ ?C? ??? ü?û? É??K7 ?? ??? ?????? ?? ?? ûþ?? ???/
I/ 9K/ &?C? û?? ,û??ý ???* ????7 9K/ Ã7?? ¸??? ??û? ??
&?C? 2ûC??C?C?C? ?C? ,ûC??Cý ??? ???/ ????? &?? ûþ?? Hû??
Ë?ú?û? ???7 A??/ ?? ???/K ;/ ?? 9?? Ã9?? ????/
?C?ûCý: ûC? Ã????? ????û? ????? ?? ??û?9/??/ 9K/ :û???/? ?
?C?C?C?ûC? ?C? ?? 7?? ;/ ?? ???? ?? G???/ ?? 9??
H/?C?C?/ ?CúC??? ??/ ?? ?? G???/ ?? u* Hû? û? ?? ??
?C?? ±/??K* ??? G???/ É9?? ?? ?? û??? ?? ±K9û???/ ??
Ë??? 7???? ;û? ?? ???? ?? G???/ û?
?C? ?C?C?C? Ã?C?C? ?C??? ??ý ?? ???? (2û??/K ) ???/K? ?
?C?C?C?? ?? ;/ ?? ??ö? ??û? ?? Ã9K?? û?û? û?? ??û?
Ë???û? Ã7 ???? ?? ;/ 9K/ ?????
A?C?/ ?C? ±?C??ûC? ?C? ?C?C? üC?û? ???/9/ ?? ????? ?
Ë?? ??7 ?? ±/??? ±K:?? ?? G???/
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±K:?C? A??/ ?? ???/K ?? ??? ;/ &?? û?* ??? ,û??ý
?C?C?K9 ?C? ,ûC??Cý ???/ ???? Ë?? ??7 ??ý ?? ±/???
Ë?? ???? ?ù/K99û? ????/?? ±K:?? ?ú???
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?C?? ?C? ?C?C??? ?? ,û??ý Ã:û???/ û? ??û?
?C??C?C?/ ¸7?C? 9??û? ???/ ?ú??? ??û? ??
?C? H/?C?C?/ ?ú??? ??/ ?? &?ú??? ????
G?C?C?/ É9?? ?? u* ?? ?????7 2/9û???/
Ë?? ±/??K* ???
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H/???/ ?ú??? ??/ ??
?Cý?C? ûC? H/???/ ??ú? ?? 7?? ??? : H/???/
‘;ûC??/ ûC? 9?C? ûC? ?C?C??/ ?? ;/ 9K/
É?C?K7 ‘????ùû? 9K/ û??7 ????þ? ü?û??
?? ;/ ‘û???9 Gû?? û? 9û?K ?? 97/?? ??
?C??C?C? K ????? û? 2?? ‘D/???/ û? ????/
û? H/???/ ??ú? ?? ±K??K7 ‘??û? ?? ??û?
Ëû??? ????? ?? ????/ ?? ;/ û? 9û??/
T&I-10857 (Urdu)

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