Why Schools Should Implement Bullying Awareness Programs
Imagine having nightmares every night, pleading to your parents not to go to school the following day; all because of torment from fellow classmates. Bullying is the use of superior strength or influence to intimidate someone; typically to force him or her to do what one wants. Schools should be required to implement bullying awareness programs. The implementation of these programs can help bullies realize the effects that their actions have on their peers and provide them with guidance to become a better person in the future. The programs will also put a stop to alienation and students will learn how to respect their peers. Most people believe bullying in schools is a normal part of school life; however, if people continue to have this mentality, they will forget that bullying can cause physical and psychological damage to both the bully and the victim. Therefore, bullying must cease in schools and there is no better way to reach this goal than raising awareness and increasing supervision by providing anti bullying programs to students. Implementing bullying programs in schools will help halt alienation of students that are victims of bullying. Alienation of children can cause serious problems such as the most tragic, suicide. No parent should have to bury their child; however, in some bullying related cases students who were pushed to their limit resulted in taking their own life. Providing bully awareness programs in schools will help unite students and also provide comfortibilty and a sense of security throughout the day. Students should not have to go to school and worry about being safe. They should be able to attend school and focus on their studies in an environment free of distractions. If these programs were implemented, schools would be safer and the focus of most students will be on their learning experience. The faculty members of schools can...
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