When Bullying Goes Unchecked, It Can Lead To Worse Behaviors, Such As Using Weapons, Sexually Harassing Others And Even Murder Or Suicide.
one-quarter million students report being physically attacked each month. 60 percent of high school students report thoughts of suicide. Bullying creates a climate of fear and tension that affects everyone and reduces the ability to work and learn to maximum potential. Bullying also includes electronic attacks, known as “Cyberbullying,” and is experiencing rapid growth in our schools. Young bystanders who witness bullying can be confused over whether and how to intervene. The result is an increase in the frequency of bullying, school violence and suicide among students.
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Brandon Boggs, medical director at UC Merced, developed a concussion protocol for student athletes on campus and is working to expand education of brain injuries to the Merced community. Veronica Adrover UC Merced i Order Reprint of this Story Dr. Brandon Boggs, the medical director at UC Merced, has seen his fair share of sports-related brain injuries. He landed at UC Merced in early 2012, as the universitys athletics program was starting up. Shortly after his arrival, he helped implement a concussion protocol, a process of training and testing designed to help student athletes recognize symptoms and recover. Boggs, who also serves as executive director for health and counseling services at the university, has reached out to local high schools with the idea to offer tailored training for parents, coaches and students. Helping educate high schools is also Boggs way of giving back to his community. Boggs, a Merced native, graduated from Merced High, where he played football and wrestled. He is still waiting to hear back about his offer and hopes coaches and parents will take the opportunity to learn about the dangers of head injuries. The new film Concussion, which hit theaters Friday, may also help cast light on the matter.
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bone in five high school students report that they avoid the restroom out of anxiety about safety. Adults also suffer from the negative school climate that bullying can create. Before learning to solve the problem, it is important to understand exactly what bullying is. School districts can choose to educate on these issues early and stem the problems before they grow, or deal with serious incidents later on. Victims are clearly hurt by bullying.