Bullying: What every Parent and Teacher should Know


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Bullying: What every Parent and Teacher should Know
Bullying is a serious problem in North America and around the world. In the past decade more researchers have begun looking more intently at the issue of bullying. Children in elementary school, middle school, and high school often get bullied by their peers. These behaviors can even continue on into college and later into the workplace. A long-term study published in the journal Adolescence shows that a large percentage of the people who were bullies as children remain bullies into their adult lives, and people who were victims of bullies in elementary school often remain targets of bullies throughout their lives (Chapell, MacIver, Lomon, Kitchin, Hasselman & Sarullo 633). This paper...
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