The Impact Of Bullying In Schools

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When I Think About Bullying I get a quote from Martin Luther King, "I have a dream that my four little children would one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." So sometimes I wonder why still in the twenty-first century in a country where supposedly there is equality of human rights and this is confirmed by the ideals of the founders of this great nation as well as laws against racial bullying in which we still sadly see Lamentable cases like suicides, shootings for that cause. Bullying is one of the more critical and growing crisis that schools are facing in present days but society don’t see their effects until students go into physical and emotional traumas that leads to the person whose is subject to commit suicidal, shooting, etc. Promoting the respect between peers. Schools should promote respect to others no matter which race they are belong to, making programs in which students can learn about other cultures with the integration of parents, staff and teachers of schools.

Racist bullying is
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Some people feel that bullying is a normal part of growing days but, it’s not normal, rather something very aggressive. It has the potential to ruin a student’s school life and must be avoided as much as the school authority can, and the parents can. Although teasing is a type of bullying but not identical to bullying. Teasing is done to provoke other student with continual distractions. Bullying means an imbalance of power. Bullied students are unable to defend themselves and this causes imbalance of

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