bullying

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the act of intimidating a weaker person to make them do something

noisily domineering

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Various authors have noted that there is much more bullying in school than there is on the way to and from school (Olweus, 1993; Ziegler & Rosentstein-Manner, 1991).
Given this skill set, it is important to determine whether school counselors are prepared to respond to bullying in schools and whether they possess knowledge and skills to implement effective programs and interventions.
Results of the survey will form part of a county-wide review of bullying in schools currently being carried out by the county council's children, young people and families overview and scrutiny committee.
A growing concern pertaining to bullying in schools exists and educators seem ill-prepared to adequately address this issue at present.
Researchers now believe that bullying in schools is more commonplace than originally thought (Ma, 2001).
The appointment comes after a number of teenage suicides were linked to bullying in schools in the region.
Tackling bullying in schools is something I feel very strongly about and I feel privileged that I can use my role as Education Minister to get the message across.
That bullying played such a major role in a number of these school attacks should strongly support efforts to combat bullying in schools.
In the news release, Department of Justice Examines Impact of Bullying in Schools, issued 16-Dec-2011 by U.
State laws and policies to address bullying in schools.
It asked 77 young people from black and minority ethnic communities in Cardiff about their experiences of bullying in schools and the community, including racist bullying.
In the new report called Tackling Bullying in Schools, Estyn calls on schools to:
EDUCATION bosses in Coventry have welcomed government plans to stamp out bullying in schools.
The goal of Highmark Healthy High 5, through the support of bullying prevention programs and initiatives, is to help reduce the incidences of bullying in schools to help children and adolescents lead happier, healthier lives.