HealthDay News, August 8, 2011
"Students attending high schools dominated by bullies are more likely to have lower standardized test scores, a new study shows.
In fact, researchers in Virginia found that schoolwide passing rates on three different standardized exams (Algebra I, Earth Science and World History) were 3 percent to 6 percent lower in schools where students reported a more severe bullying climate. The findings, they added, highlight the fact that bullying is a pervasive problem in schools." Read More