Tag Archives: School Bullying - part 3

Bullying in Urguay

According to a UNICEF and Secondary Educational Survey taken in 2014, Uruguay ranks fourth among South American nations in the number of cases of bullying. The study showed Argentina, Peru, Costa Rica as the top three, followed by Uruguay according to bullying statistics. According to statistics  on bullying, as many as 30 percent of sixth

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Bullying in Paraguay

Bullying in Paraguay is a problem that is being taken more seriously in this landlocked South American nation.  There have been suicides related to cyberbullying, and videos of bullying that have become public that have grabbed the nation’s attention. In 2012 Paraguay became one of the few countries to pass a law that made bullying

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Bullying in Bolivia

Government officials are taking a stand against bullying in Bolivia. A law passed in 2014 criminalizes bullying, and anyone over the age of 14 could be sentenced to as much as six years in prison for causing injury or death by bullying, a report in the Bolivian Newspaper Pagina Siete said. The law basically means

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Bullying in Guatemala

Bullying is a real problem in Guatemala. A recent news story gripped the nation when a sixth grade student in Michoacan was attacked and eventually died from his wounds, at school. According to the story, one student choked the boy and he fell to the ground. Other students then began kicking him until he was

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Bullying in South Africa

  School bullying has become a critical problem in South Africa. The bullying statistics in South Africa are often overlooked by both the public and the schools. The public tends to take such incidents lightly and the schools ignore problem because they just don’t want to handle it. Bullying Statistics in South Africa A poll

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The Deal with Religion in Schools

When it comes to public schools there are a few different things that any parent, student, and teacher may come in contact with. Religion is one topic that is often avoided in schools and to better understand why that is, it is important to understand the history of separation of school and religion and a

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Heather Case on Dealing with School Bullying

Heather Case is a licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Indiana. She talks to NoBullying.com about Dealing with School Bullying and what bullying really means in the United States. Heather Case: My name is Heather Case. I live in Indiana, United States and in Indiana I am a licensed mental health counselor as well as a licensed

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The Sad Elements of Bullying in Schools

Bullying in schools is not a thing of the past nor is it fading into the distance. Unfortunately, bullying is still a significant issue in schools across the world and according to the National Association of African American Students, “Each day, 160,000 students miss school for fear of being bullied.” While it can take on

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Is Your Student Bullied? What to Do!

Cyber bullying has become the avenue of choice for many bullies. By using the internet they can attack their victims at any time of day, without revealing their identity and without others being aware that it is even happening. Bullies can hide behind fake profiles and gain the confidence of their victim. Once they have

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School Violence, how to prevent it?

School violence is on the rise and this is something which many people want to combat. However, if you do not have the proper advice you cannot combat the issues because you are not even knowing where to start. This is when you should have some different ideas on school violence prevention and how you

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Interview: Bullying on Buses

Lisa Taylor is an Area Manager with Student Transportation of Canada, which is part of Student Transportation, Inc., one of the leading school bus providers in North America (www.RideSTbus.com). We sat down with Lisa for an interview on the facts behind Bullying on Buses. Is bullying as big an issue on school bus runs? What is

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Interview: Bullying in Education

Juanita Allen Kingsley is Director of Business Development for Century Health Systems, the parent company of the Natick Visiting Nurse Association and Distinguished Care Options.   A health educator, she trains more than 2,000 people in the MetroWest region annually through her First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, CPR and AED classes in addition to the variety

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