Work Groups

Council Work Groups
The primary role of the School Safety Technical Assistance Council (Council) Work Groups are to advise and make non-binding recommendations to the Council about matters that fall within their areas of experience and expertise. Each work group is comprised of Council members, content experts, practitioners, students and parents and each serves an important function by augmenting the knowledge and skills of the Council on issues critical to bullying prevention and intervention in Minnesota. With input from work group members, the Council is better-equipped to guide the School Safety Technical Assistance Center (SSTAC) to make informed decisions about the Council’s duties as defined in the Safe and Supportive Minnesota Schools Act.

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Cyberbullying/Electronic Aggression Work Group
The work group will help to identify and develop resources for schools on effective practices for cyberbullying prevention and intervention.

Gender Inclusion Resource Toolkit Work Group
The work group will help identify and develop resources for schools for supporting transgender and gender-nonconforming students in schools.

Social Emotional Learning Work Group
The work group will help identify and develop resources for schools on effective practices for social emotional learning.