There are a number of government and educational sites, like StopBullying.gov, which offer information on bullying that will help identify it in both the face to face settings and online. Cyberbullying has become as large of an issues as the physical type that many face in the physical world. Educating teachers, parents and students about its signs and how to stop it is very important.
Many people who see bullying, especially children, are not sure how to go about stopping it or helping the person being bullied. When a child is being bullied, they often feel hopeless or like no one can help them. Sites like the ones ran by the National Crime Prevention Council help teach kids what they can do to make them feel like they have options or somewhere to turn for help.
Parents play a large role in stopping bullying and being educated on the signs that might indicate that their child is being bullied or bullying someone else is very important. No matter which side of the coin a child falls on, there can be a lot of damage done if the issue goes without being addressed. Children that are bullied can become depressed and in sever cases harm themselves, while children who do the bullying are often doing it as a cry for help because something is wrong.