Fostering a bully-free classroom

December 1999
Curriculum Review;Dec99, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p4
Interviews Allan Beane, a researcher focusing on bullying in schools. Career background; Scope of bullying as a school problem; Factors affecting bullying; Tips for teachers on how to help end bullying.


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