Stop School Bullying: A Tale of Two Girls

Hargrove, Kathy
October 2010
Gifted Child Today;Fall2010, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p39
Academic Journal
This article reports on school bullying and the 2010 suicide of high school student Phoebe Prince after being harassed by other students. The article also discusses the bullying of a gifted student in the sixth grade and how interventions can help students and teachers deal with the issues. Information is also provided on physical and verbal bullying, as well as on increased incidence of cyberbullying.


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