Bullying means students fail at school, claims NCSR

November 2009
Education (14637073);11/20/2009, Issue 374, p2
The article discusses research by the British National Centre for Social Research which found that young people who had been bullied at 14- or 15-years-old got lower General Certificate of Secondary Education grades than those who weren't bullied. Girls were more likely to be bullied than boys in the younger age groups. It was found that when parents contacted their child's school, the child was less likely to be bullied in the future.


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