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No Name Calling Week Focuses on Bullying and Related Youth Concerns

Jan 25, 2008
Nearly half (47%) of middle and junior high school youth in a recent US survey reported bullying and harassment as a problem of "somewhat" or "significant" proportion. Equally alarming is the finding that only 41 percent of this same age group feel safe in school.

Nearly half (47%) of middle and junior high school youth in a recent US survey reported bullying and harassment as a problem of "somewhat" or "significant" proportion. Equally alarming is the finding that only 41 percent of this same age group feel safe in school. Counselors working with late childhood and early adolescent clients or dealing with name calling and related concerns will find the resources at the No Name Calling Week website useful. The website is sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network and Simon And Schuster Children's Publishing.
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No Name Calling Week Focuses on Bullying and Related Youth Concerns

by User Not Found | Jan 25, 2008
Nearly half (47%) of middle and junior high school youth in a recent US survey reported bullying and harassment as a problem of "somewhat" or "significant" proportion. Equally alarming is the finding that only 41 percent of this same age group feel safe in school.

Nearly half (47%) of middle and junior high school youth in a recent US survey reported bullying and harassment as a problem of "somewhat" or "significant" proportion. Equally alarming is the finding that only 41 percent of this same age group feel safe in school. Counselors working with late childhood and early adolescent clients or dealing with name calling and related concerns will find the resources at the No Name Calling Week website useful. The website is sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network and Simon And Schuster Children's Publishing.
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