Students More Likely to be Bullied at Schools with Anti-Bullying Initiatives


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The latest UT Arlington study finds that students attending schools with anti-bullying programs may be more likely to be victims of bullying than children at schools without such programs.

However, researchers learned that race or ethnicity was not a factor in whether students were bullied. The study is published in the recent issue of Journal of Criminology.


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