According To Stopbullying

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According to stopbullying.gov, there are 28% of U.S. students in grades 6–12 have experienced bullying. 70.4% of school staff have seen bullying. 62% witnessed bullying two or more times in the last month and 41% witness bullying once a week or more. Ladies and gentlemen, Also quoted from stopbullying.gov, bullying is defined as “intentionally aggressive, usually repeated”, verbal, social, or physical behavior aimed at specific person or group of people. Ironically, bullying has become a massive phenomenon within our society nowadays. Bullying can happen among the kindergarten kids yet it also can happen among the adults, it doesn’t target any specific age to be its agent. But, the most troubling case of bullying is likely to happen among the…show more content…
If you have, i’m pretty sure you know about Cinderella’s step mother and step sisters. Here, i’m going to clasify the effects of bullying into some chategories using the name of Cinderella’s nightmares. The first one is Anastasia, this category refers to a situation where the victims of bullying become trauma and end up isolate themselves from this cruel world as an act of self-protection. The second one is Drizella, this refers to the irony that the victim who also gets punished along with the bullies too. It sounds hilarious that in US, Ty Smalley, was just 11-years old when he got bullied by his “friends”, was given three days supension while the kid who bullied Ty was given only one day suspension. What’s worst is, when the parents repeteadly brought the case to the school administration and they just dismiss the case saying, “boys will be boys”. Ty’s case ended up into our third category which is Lady Tremaine, which means suicide. Ty’s case that’s seemed to be very unfair led to the depressed Ty’s suicide. And this not just happen to Ty, but Jesse Logan, Jade Stringer, and some other unlucky victims of bullying in this…show more content…
Have you ever heard about Sekolah Ramah Anak? Sekolah Ramah Anak, or Child-Friendly School is a program made by Indonesian government as a solution to decrease the number of bullying in Indonesia. It can be our fourth way to stop bullying, which is including the responsible parties within the case. Through Child-Friendly School, school administratives including teachers are expected to be the key to become both children’s bestfriend and supervisor. Not only that, a mass reaction can be expressed through the community that exists nowadays, like anti-bullying, stop bullying, or even school counseling can be effective to boldly campaign the Anti Bullying
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