Skolnik, Deborah
March 2013
Parenting School Years;Mar2013, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p76
The article takes a look at what is going wrong with efforts to address bullying in schools and how to make things right again. It points out that children can be labeled as bullies just be teasing, name-calling or taunting. It notes that there is no one way of fixing the bullying problem and provides strategies to address the problem such as keeping tabs on the child's homework, prioritizing the child's health and health care and helping the school choose its own anti-bullying programming.


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