There Are No Bullies

April 2014
Education Digest;Apr2014, Vol. 79 Issue 8, p39
The article discusses bullying in U.S. schools and explores the reasons why a child would become a bully. Topics discussed include the use of restorative justice in school bullying prevention, the role of power in bullying, and the impact of school disciplinary measures on bullies. Information on cyberbullying is also provided.


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