Improve your school climate through anti-bias and bullying prevention education.

THE PROGRAM

Image
Teacher in classroom with students raising hands
THE PROGRAM

A student-led school climate improvement program that fits your school’s unique culture and needs.

Learn how to make your school a No Place for Hate through this self-paced module.

There is no better time to join the No Place for Hate movement.

Cultivate student leadership, unite your school community, and engage students and staff in active learning.

Follow our Four Phase Approach

Form a Committee

Put students in the driver’s seat to build a movement towards positive change.

A strong committee is the foundation for creating sustainable positive change in your school’s climate.

Form a Committee
Image
Student sub committee discussing
Sign the Pledge

Unify your school community around shared goals.

Use the No Place for Hate Pledge to rally your entire school community around the program and commit to doing their part to make your school No Place for Hate.

Sign the Pledge
Image
Student signing the pledge
Assess Your School Climate

Uncover new insights while ensuring every voice is heard.

Administering a climate survey ensures that the whole school community is heard and that their needs can be addressed.

Assess Your School Climate
Image
Students gathered around smiling with mascot
Implement Activities

Inspire students and staff to become more effective allies.

Through school-wide, discussion-based and active-learning activities, your students and staff will examine identities, reflect on biased behavior and learn new ways to challenge bias and bullying in themselves, others and society.

Implement Activities
Image
Students raising hands

Implementation Resources

Image
NPFH Youth Panel

Activity Library

ADL pre-approved activities for elementary, middle and high schools that qualify towards your No Place for Hate designation.

Browse Library
Image
Speaker on stage during conference

Making Your School No Place for Hate

This self-paced 45-minute online module provides information about requirements and best practices.

Browse Course
Image
Students holding up a booklet

Resource Guide

This guide contains information about the program, virtual adaptation ideas, and supplementary materials to help guide your journey.

Browse Guide

Additional Resources

Image
Teachers in a training

Professional Learning

ADL's hub for educators and administrators to take advantage of professional development offerings and online teaching resources.

Browse Offerings
Image
Preschoolers reading books

Books Matter

A curated library of 800+ children's and young adult literature on bias, bullying, diversity and social justice.

Browse Literature
Image
Woman white boarding on the floor

Lesson Plans

K-12 lesson plans that promote critical thinking and learning around current events topics through the lens of diversity, bias and social justice.

Browse Lesson Plans