More than one in five (20.8%) students report being bullied in the US every year. Reports also estimate that only 36% of kids who are bullied actually report it, so the figures are probably much higher.
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Posted on August 23rd, 2017 by ProCare Therapy
Posted on December 12th, 2016 by ProCare Therapy
Schools across the country are struggling with an epidemic. This epidemic is nothing new, yet it seems to be intensifying in recent years. What is it? It’s bullying others within the school. This may be because a child looks different, acts different, or something else completely unrelated. Many times, it may be due to their cultural or religious beliefs, or perhaps their sexual identification. Whatever the reason, bullying is indeed an epidemic that teachers and other school professionals are witnessing more than ever before in US schools. Thanks to this, many students have a difficult time concentrating in the classrooms and many report feeling uncomfortable and even not welcomed because of the lack of support.
Posted on November 28th, 2016 by ProCare Therapy
The statistics about bullying in schools today are staggering. Reports which show that nearly three-quarters of all teens have been on the receiving end of harassment, bullying, or torment are hard to imagine. This is happening in middle and high schools across the country. Many of these students include those that identify themselves as part of the LGBTQ community. Programs to help LBGTQ students in school have grown over the last decade; the question is whether or not they have helped this segment of the population.
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Posted on February 23rd, 2015 by ProCare Therapy
Bullying has become a hot topic among faculty members, students, and families. There is often a zero tolerance policy in place within districts to protect students from being bullied. This issue has resulted in 49 states passing anti-bullying legislations. Within these laws are policies that have been made to help school districts contend with the increasing problem. The laws are in place to protect students from being targets of harassment based on disabilities, sexual preference, gender, race, religion, and more.
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