How Can Students, Teachers, And Parents Put An End To Bullying?

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How Can Students, Teachers, and Parents Put an End to Bullying?
Is bullying becoming an enormous complication in your school? Have you ever been walking down the halls and seen someone picking on someone else for their looks, where they have come from, or just because they are different? Today, in 2016, you could take a stand and make a difference for those who cannot stand up for themselves and for those whose lives have been lost due to this situation. There are many forms of bullying, but the two that you constantly hear about are verbal and cyberbullying. While being bullied in school, the safe place use to be home. However, with today’s technology it can follow you home through social networking sites. Parents, teachers, and even students
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What did I do to deserve this? How can I make this stop? Those are just a few questions students might ask themselves while being bullied. The question you should be asking yourself is, how I can help bring bullying to an end? In schools there are quite a few adults, but not all are educated on how to handle bullying. Administration should hold not only themselves, but teachers responsible to help teach students that bullying is not tolerated. Parents often wonder about teachers, “They have known for decades that students need to be in safe, supportive learning environments to thrive. And the vast majority care deeply about keeping children safe. But especially given that commitment to student safety, why do so many children experience bullying?”(2011). In all honesty, this is due to teachers not being educated enough about the situation. In order to lower the percentage of students getting bullied, teachers need to hold meetings, programs, and clubs to help themselves and students. Forming a program that students can attend during and after school will help them feel safe and more comfortable talking about their problems. Many schools have started the following program, “G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education And Training) is an evidence-based gang and violence prevention program. Taught by law enforcement officers, G.R.E.A.T. teaches students skills to avoid delinquency, youth violence, and gang membership. G.R.E.A.T works with students before they are most at risk for these behaviors. The program is effective at addressing some of the behaviors that are also associated with bullying perpetration.”(Rapp, S., & Ericson, N.). Bringing a program like this to school could tremendously reduce

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