Bullies beware!

Viadero, Debra
May 1997
Education Week;05/28/97, Vol. 16 Issue 35, p19
Examines classroom bullying in the United States. Underestimation of the amount of bullying in schools by teachers and principals; Cultural roots of bullying; Need for adults to tell children that bullying is wrong; Researchers' findings on bullying; Difference between teasing and bullying; Anti-bullying campaigns. INSET: The bus ride..


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