Bullying negatively affects children's academic performance

08/8/2011 | DoctorsLounge.com

An analysis of surveys involving more than 7,300 ninth-graders and about 3,000 teachers in Virginia found that in schools where bullying was more severe, academic performance suffered schoolwide. The study backs the idea that bullying programs also should address counseling and disciplinary actions for bullies, according to researchers, who were to present the findings at the American Psychological Association's annual meeting.

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