Point: Schools Must Implement Aggressive & Comprehensive Programs to Address Bullying & Harassment

Imber, Madelaine
January 2016
Australia Points of View: Bullying & Harassment in Schools;2016, p2
The article presents an argument for the implementation of bullying prevention programs in schools. The author argues that schools are in the best position to prevent and stop cases of bullying. The consequences of bullying for victims, the dangers of bullying within communities, and the importance of school policies and safe school environments are also discussed.


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