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Stats and Effects of Bullying

Stats and Effects of Bullying Infographic

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  • 1 in 4 students report being bullied during the school year 
  • Most students won't report bullying - 63% of victims don't report bullying
  • 90% of students who are bullied offline are also bullied online 
  • Looks, body shape, and race are the most common reasons for bullying 
  • Stu...
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When kids...