Do Teachers Bully Students?

  title={Do Teachers Bully Students?},
  author={Kathryn S. Whitted and David R. Dupper},
  journal={Education and Urban Society},
  pages={329 - 341}
  • Kathryn S. Whitted, David R. Dupper
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • Education and Urban Society
  • Students need a strong, positive relationship with caring adults in school. Although the vast majority of adults in authority interact respectfully with students, some adults physically and psychologically bully students. This article examines the extent to which 50 alternative education students reported being victimized by teachers or other adults during their school career. Of respondents, 86% reported at least one incident of adult physical maltreatment in school and 88% reported at least… CONTINUE READING
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