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Bullying can make students feel trapped

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Jessica Rawson

on 26 November 2013

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Bullying can make students feel trapped
Cyberbullying has became the most prevalent type of bullying.
About 80% of students have experienced bullying online.
35% of teens have threatened others online to get back at the students who abused them.
Growing numbers in bullying attribute to the growing number of youth homicide and suicide.
Boys vs. Girls
Girls are more likely to bully indirectly and in their peer groups.
Girls tend to gossip or spread rumors (indirect)
Boys tend to be more physical when it comes to bullying
Boys may be more tolerable with bullying.
The Way out
When peers or administration see the bullying they need to report the incident and get help.
Teens should stand together to take a stand to bullying since they are stronger together
This will allow school to be a more comfortable place for those targeted students.
In schools:
Students in grades sixth to tenth are most likely to be involved in bullying.
77% of students report being verbally/mentally bullied.
14% of those students being bullied had a severe reaction to it. (anxiety, depression, not wanting to go to school, poor self esteem, suicide)
One in five students reports bullying their peers
Students ages 12-17 report seeing violence dramatically increase in their schools.
In 85% of cases their is no intervention made
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