Most of all young kids will stop taking their own lives because of it. When kids get bullied and the bullies make bad choices. “Children who bullied and their victims were more likely to engage in violent behaviors.” (Brodyjan,1). This is one reason why bullying needs to stop.
Bullying Can Be Prevented Bullying is a form of violence to pick on victims because they are different from their bullies, have insecurity/jealousy or home problems. The hate towards their victim has something to do with the victim having an unusual gift or being intelligent the bullies has yet to become. It is important that this behavior should be prevented or it will become worse. Bullying is one of the main issues public and private schools have to face on a day-to-day basis. When the bully takes it too far, the victim snaps and retaliates by fighting him/her back physically or verbally.
Resolutions are vehemently being sought to protect schools from possible attacks and to objectively eradicate deadly school shootings altogether. Commonly, security officers are placed in schools in hopes that increased surveillance will inhibit violent outbreaks (Crawford and Burns 2016). Mixed evaluations have been found in association with security officers, while some benefits reportedly transpire, experiences of disparaging consequences remain a regrettable reality as well (Crawford and Burns 2016). Additionally, active shooter drills routinely occur at schools across the nation, however, as Jillian Peterson and James Densley report in their CNN article titled, “The Usual Approach to School Security Isn’t Working,” studies indicate that
because she was bullied at school. Déjah’s parents describe her as happy, full of life, hope, ambition and dreams. Family and friends are shocked by the unexpected tragedy…... Her family says the cloud of bullying at the school, was at the very least, a part of what led her to take her own life.” (WNCN [Page #]).
Experiencing a school shooting is by far one of the worst feelings that an individual can experience. Knowing how dreadfully impactful a school shooting can be to not only a teen or child’s life, but their family, society tries to keep incidents like school shootings from occuring. In articles “Here’s How to Prevent The Next School Shooting, Experts Say,” and “No There Hasn’t Been 18 School Shootings in 2018, That number is flat wrong,” these articles thoroughly state how negatively impactful a school shooting can be in society. While one article supports this issue by sending advice on how to impede them, the other restates what a school shooting really is about; therefore, what would be considered a correctly based opinion towards these articles?
It is defined as any written, verbal, or physical act or electronic communication that is intended or that a reasonable person would know is likely to harm one or more students either directly or indirectly by: substantially interfering with educational opportunities, affecting participation in programs or activities by placing the student in reasonable fear of physical harm or emotional distress, having an actual or substantial detrimental effect on a student’s physical or mental health, or causing substantial disruption with the orderly operation of the school. (Dearborn Public Schools, 2012) Typically, 12-18% of a school population has students that are bullied, made fun of, or teased. Nowadays, bullying is not always face-to-face. With technology on the rise there is a new problem, cyber bullying.
Bullying Bullying affects many people in the world. People often bully because they are jealous or mad. Do you think it is worse being a bully or a bystander? According to the article “Tales of Bullying” by Laura Modigliani two kids used to be bullies but know they are standing up to bullying.
About seventy-five percent of the school-related aggressive behaviors are directly attributable to bullying (“Statistics”). Bullying is a pervasive illness that has struck modern society. Bullying affects individuals in the workplace and at home, but is most prominent in schools. Bullying is one of the most poisonous, most common, and preventable issues in today’s society. Shane Koyczan presented the spoken-word poem “To This Day” at the TED conference.