Bullying Should Not Be Taught In Schools Essay

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The results in the survey make me confused , this is because when asked how big of a problem bullying was in their schools, a lot said that it was a small problem, but when they were asked if it was a very important issue that needed to be handled, those people also said it was number one on the list. So does bullying need more attention in schools even though they claim it isn’t very big? It also surprised me that people said administrator’s school deal with bullying situations because people at my school would never go and tell an adult, they would handle it themselves or simply ignore it. I myself would not even dare to tell a adult whether I trusted them or not because most of the time the situation is ignored or handled poorly. Also doing so can even make the situation worse or even lead to you getting in trouble because they believed that you were lying about the bully. Anti-bullying policies in schools DO NOT WORK. “Over two-thirds of students believe that schools respond poorly to bullying, with a high percentage of students believing that adult help is infrequent and ineffective” (lebanonct.org), this quote tells us that the majority of students believe that schools do not handle bullying well enough. I myself have had bullying situations in school and have thought that the school/ teachers could have handled the situation better. For example I have had heard and experienced situations where the bully had went to the teacher and lied, and made them seem like the victim. The teacher then pulled them aside and talked to them …show more content…
So yes, schools policies have failed, they do no good, and nobody who claims they want to help actually pays attention or takes it seriously. So if you could tell your school about your policies, rules, and steps to help bullying, what would you

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