Bullying

Overview

Bullying is a form of pushy behavior used to cause harm and usually happens over and over. A child is picked on by one or more children with repeated negative actions over a period of time. These are intentional attempts to cause discomfort or injury and can include name-calling, making faces, nasty gesturing, hurtful teasing, being left out, threats, rumors, physical hitting, kicking, pushing and choking. Cyber-bullying is also a real and growing problem today.

Make no mistake, bullying of any kind is a form of violence that should not be allowed. Parents and Educators together should address bullying and social skill development within the student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP).


For more information on Bullying, download our fact sheets:

Bullying
Bullying and Youth With Special Needs
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Related Events

  • 6May

    Bullying and Students with Disabilities

    Workshop  |  Bullying  |  Chautauqua

    Saturday, May 6, 2017, 9–11 am

    How do students with disabilities cope with bullying?  Participants will learn advocacy skills and how supports and services can be built into an Individualized Education Program (IEP) to promote social growth.

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  • 8May

    Bullying and Students with Disabilities

    Workshop  |  Bullying  |  Erie

    Monday, May 8, 2017, 5:30–7:30 pm

    How do students with disabilities cope with bullying?  Participants will learn advocacy skills and how supports and services can be built into an Individualized Education Program (IEP) to promote social growth.

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