Attorney General Martha Coakley created the Massachusetts School Safety Alliance (MSSA) following her work as Chair of the Massachusetts Commission on Bullying Prevention. The MSSA is part of ongoing efforts to bring together educators from across the Commonwealth and facilitate a dialogue on bullying prevention efforts statewide. It is intended to serve as a forum for educators to share the work they are doing in their schools around bullying education, their challenges, and needed support. Through ongoing communications to educators, the AG’s Office is engaging teachers, school counselors, law enforcement professionals and school administrators to support prevention efforts and share resources and best practices. We understand that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to bullying in schools but we hope to simply facilitate the sharing of information and provide resources to schools. Please take a look at MSSA’s first e-newsletter, with a welcome from Attorney General Martha Coakley.