Schoolyard bullies and victims may be at risk as adults

September 1997
Thrust for Educational Leadership;Sep97, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p27
Reports on research findings that bullying in school may be a precursor to a criminal behavior when students become adults. Negative psychological effect of bullying on victims; Risks for bullies to become criminals as adults; Efforts of some schools to curve bullying among students.


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