Persuasive Essay On Bullying In Schools

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Bullying In Schools What defines us as humans? What makes us all unique and different in our own special ways? The fact that we are all made differently, and sometimes those difference can cause us problems. Bullying, this is a problem that has plagued our schooling system for as long as schooling has been around, and still continues to this day. It’s in our schools, it’s at home, it’s in our businesses, the act of bullying needs to be brought to an end. Although actions are being taken to address bullying in most schools, it still remains a problem. Bullying, in the words of David P. Farrington “Bullying is repeated oppression, psychological or physical, of a less powerful person by a more powerful person.”(Ferrington 1) Not only can…show more content…
However, bullying still is a huge problem for schools all around, and it’s still needing to be addressed to this day. Laws and rules are still good to have, but kids also learn from watching. Watching their parents, and teachers, they watch every move, and they learn from it. If they see a teacher mistreating a student who is different in some way, then others will mistreat them as well. Everyone says our actions speak louder than words, and that is true. Children and teens are the future, and if we keep things the way they are with bullying still in schools, and a lack of disciplinary teaching, and that of teaching to love one another. We will still continue in this cycle of hurt and pain if we don’t step up to show what the difference is between good and bad, and showing that differences in others are okay instead of just telling. We as a people of a nation, no, of the human race, must work together to learn to love one another. Even God tells us that love binds all together. It’s not enough that we punish our future because of the past, instead we take the mistakes of the past learn from them, and then show the future what it means to be human. And that is, to love one
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