Preventing Bullying at Your School

Bratsis, Michael E.
September 2013
Science Teacher;Sep2013, Vol. 80 Issue 6, p80
Academic Journal
The article discusses research on school bullying, including bullying of LGBT youth, children with food allergies, and overweight children, and presents suggestions for anti-bullying classroom surveys. Verbal and physical bullying are mentioned, as well as the effect of bystanders on bullying and staff supervision of students.


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