Archive for 'Bullying Statistics'
Two weeks ago I wrote a blog concerning statistics and what students in middle school understand about bullying. Despite having classroom guidance lessons since kindergarten, the students I surveyed in a middle school had limited understanding [...]
A lot of questions have arisen lately about the statistics of bullying. People often wonder if we are blowing things out of proportion. Does it really happen? Do programs focusing on prevention really work? My next [...]
We all know that bullying in school has become a problem that is gaining increased press in recent years. At first, much of the outcry against bullying centered on the “part of life” notion that adults are feign to take [...]