So once again I receive a call from a parent who states that their child is being bullied and the school is doing nothing about it. Our company is named reportbullying.com, so parents feel they can call us to report bullying. Over and over again I hear the same comments… “my child is being bullied and
Well it was another great year for reportbullying.com. We traveled all across the United States speaking to students, training teachers and educating parents on their role and how to work with schools to reduce bullying. We traveled to Arizona, California, New York, New jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Ohio and many other cities and states. the best
When it comes to bullying boys and girls can bully using the same actions but we do see a difference when we look at it as a whole. Boys do what we call direct bullying, this is punching, kicking, shoving, knocking books out of people’s hands, throwing things at another person.
We at Reportbullying.com educate students to speak up to an adult if they witness bullying. For most students this can be very terrifying, wondering if they may become the next target or will their peers shun them after they hear they spoke up? With that being said I think most students feel this way because fear
Bullying in Schools often finds it difficult to help out students who are bullied and to teach a lesson to those who bully others. Both the issues are very serious and sensitive to tackle. The foremost problem is that such events often don’t come to the notice of teachers and authorities. Victims of bullying are