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At Cartoon Network, we value the voices of kids above all, especially when it comes to the issues most central to their day-to-day lives.

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Inclusion resources and classroom kits presented by Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center and Stop Bullying: Speak Up

Cartoon Network and PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center have collaborated to create a suite of resources for educators, parents, and kids to inspire acts of inclusion and help them make a difference to prevent bullying. The materials, which incorporate Cartoon Network's beloved characters, are available free via download or can be ordered to be delivered directly to classrooms and homes.


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Inclusion-themed lessons presented by 826 National and Stop Bullying: Speak Up

Cartoon Network and 826 National are expanding their partnership with free downloadable inclusion-themed writing prompts and digital inclusion publishing kit for elementary and middle school students available on 826 Digital.

   

Social Emotional Learning Curricula presented by 826 National and Stop Bullying: Speak Up

826 National and Stop Bullying: Speak up create Social Emotional Learning resources that invite students to write stories on kindness, compassion, and empathy on 826 Digital. Educators can choose from a variety of writing standards aligned lessons to bring to their classrooms for free. The SEL Sparks and Lessons were inspired by the Inclusion Storytelling Project.

   

826 National Inclusion Storytelling Project

The 826LA Echo Park location was the first of eight 826 chapters to release and celebrate student work from this new collaboration with an event on December 7, 2017.

Scratch-CN Initiative: Everyone has a Story Project

MIT Media Lab - Scratch Project and Cartoon Network have partnered on a project allowing kids to share their stories using code to express themselves. "Everyone Has a Story" invites kids to share their unique experiences, interests, passions, and challenges make kids who they are. The project is introduced by K.O. and Enid, the quirky and lovable starts of OK K.O.!