The Effectiveness of School-Based Anti-Bullying Programs

  title={The Effectiveness of School-Based Anti-Bullying Programs},
  author={Christopher J. Ferguson and Claudia San Miguel and John Kilburn and Patricia Cano S{\'a}nchez},
Youth violence, including bullying and other serious violent behaviors, has received increased political and scientific attention over the past several decades. Although violent behavior among youth and in the schools has declined over the past decade, the victimization of children by other children in school settings remains a major issue of concern. In response, a number of prevention and intervention programs have been developed to reduce the incidence of bullying and violence in schools… CONTINUE READING

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