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  1 month ago

Back to school

Bullying Information Statistics Bullying is worst during the period spanning 5th – 8th grades. Peer harassment increases after 3rd grade and diminishes following 10th grade.There is less use of physical violence in higher grades.Males perpetrate the most bullying independent of the sex of the victim. Boys are more exposed to bullying than girls, especially the direct attacks.Girls are more exposed to indirect bullying, more subtle types of social harassment by other girls (slandering, social exclusion, spreading rumors, manipulation of friendships). Definition Bullying is defined as a chronic pattern of abuse over time; physical or psychological harassment of persons less able to defend themselves than is the tormentor. It encompasses anti-social behaviors including: assault,intimidation,extortion,some forms of vandalism,cruel teasing,and unwanted physical contact. The bullying may be direct with face to face physical or verbal confrontations, or indirect with less visible actions such as spreading rumors or social exclusion. It always involves an unequal power relationship between the bully and the victim./
How Safe is your child at school?


  1 month ago
My children are grown..married Reply


  1 month ago
#Stopbullying Reply


  1 month ago
Though the statistics show that bullying takes place most in 5th to 8th, even in 2nd grade. You know my daughter was bullied in class and she's in the 2nd grade. It became a horror because she started to have a low self-esteem and worst part of it all, her grades were dropping, so much so that she almost repeated the same grade. #StopBullying

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