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Bullying: Not Good For Grades

By | bullying, classroom, CSEE, cyber bullying, elementary schools, high school, Journal of Early Adolescence, middle school, parenting, School Climate, U.S. News and World Report, UCLA, Uncategorized | No Comments

Students who are bullied regularly do substantially worse in school, UCLA psychologists report in a special issue of the Journal of Early Adolescence devoted to academic performance and peer relationships. Who does their best work when they’re unhappy? Once again,…

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Kids with Asperger’s More Likely to Be Bullied

By | Asperger's, bullying, CSEE, Department of Education, disabilities, elementary schools, high schools, Kevin Jennings, middle schools, parenting, Uncategorized | No Comments

According to keynote remarks by Kevin Jennings, director of Department of Education’s Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, at the CSEE Institute yesterday, kids with Asperger’s Syndrome are six times more likely to be bullied in school. If you’re…

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