All throughout a life of students they spent so much of their time in school than in their own houses. In 10 hours a day spent in school they experience so much things that may be good to them or may harm them. According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, 2013, survey shows that nearly 1 in 3 students are being bullied during a school year. The National Crime Victimization Survey of the 2011 school year found that 27.8% of students reported being bullied at school, while 9% reported being cyber-bullied anywhere (NCES, 2013). According to NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children), almost half (46%) of children and young people say they have been bullied at school at some point in their lives. 38% of disabled children worried about being bullied and 18% of children and young people who worried about bullying said they would not talk to their parents about it. Over half (55%) of lesbian, gay and bisexual young people have experienced homophobic bullying at school. This shows that bullying is widespread.
As we all know, the most common form of bullying happens from one student to another. In today’s generation we can fully observe that bullying happens not only from one student to another student but also a bullying from a faculty to a student. RA No. 10627 of the Philippine Constitution Section 3 defines bullying as the any severe, or repeated use by one or more students of a written, verbal or electronic expression, or a physical act or gesture, or any combination thereof, directed at another student that has the effect of actually causing or placing the latter in reasonable fear of physical or emotional harm or damage to his property; creating a hostile environment at school for the other student; infringing on the rights of another student at school; or materially and substantially disrupting the education process or the orderly operation of a school; such as, but not limited to, the following: