Over the last decade, bullying has really been a worldwide issue. Bullying is affecting children all over the world and has grown into a huge epidemic. According to the National Education Association, “160,000 kids stay home from school each day to ...
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... is real and can really have a lasting effect on a person. Through teasing to calling names, bullying is everywhere and our only solution is to stop it from overruling the school system.
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