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By Barbara Klein
In order for the behavior to be bullying, your child must be abusing another child physically, verbally or socially not just once, but repeatedly.

By Barbara Klein
At any given time 15% of students are involved in bullying, with 7% being victims.

By Barbara Klein
Many young women who are bullied do not try to stop the bullies.

By Barbara Klein
Almost 30 percent of teens in the United States (or over 5.7 million) are estimated to be involved in school bullying as either a bully, a target of teen bullying, or both.

By Barbara Klein
Morning Call News-My son is doing great at the Roberto Clemente Charter School.

By Barbara Klein
One out of every three teenagers are victims of cyber-bullying.

By Barbara Klein
Bystanders have the power to drastically reduce bullying at schools.

By Barbara Klein
Most kids and teens say that bullying happens at school.

By Barbara Klein
Kids bully for a variety of reasons. Although some bullies are bigger or stronger than their victims, that's not always the case.

By Barbara Klein
Bullying is a widespread problem in our schools and communities.

By Barbara Klein
No longer does bullying transpire only on school grounds.

By Barbara Klein
A child may indicate by their behavior that he or she is being bullied.

By Barbara Klein
Many children face each school day overwhelmed by the silent fear of harassment by other school children.

By Barbara Klein
School bullying is widespread across the United States.

By Barbara Klein
March 2006 -Philadelphia School District Students visit West Chester University-Learn about higher education.

By Barbara Klein
October 2008- Claudio Cerullo, Director of the Delaware Mentoring Council and Mayor James M. Baker of the City of Wilmington form the GWMC.

By Barbara Klein
Over the past ten-years, the mentoring movement has become an integral part of the State of Delaware’s social fabric.

By Barbara Klein
On Tuesday, October 7, 2008, there was a noise heard from St. John’s Cathedral in Wilmington, Delaware.

By Barbara Klein
With state budgetary cuts ahead, many argue mentoring is priceless

By Barbara Klein
The Delaware Mentoring Council will honor two local businesses with the first annual Senator Thomas R. Carper Award for Youth Mentoring.

By Barbara Klein
Faculty member will assist with anti gang initiative.

By Barbara Klein
WSFS and JP Morgan Chase and Co. Honored By Delaware Mentoring Council with Senator Thomas R. Carper Award for Youth Mentoring

By Barbara Klein
Claudio V. Cerullo, University Coordinator, PA State GEAR UP Program-West Chester University 2007Outocmes

By Barbara Klein
The Principles of the Anti- Bullying Strategy are that they must be built from good practice locally and nationally and come from the actions highlighted in the needs analysis of the single plan.

By Barbara Klein
Bullying is a big problem. It can make kids feel hurt, scared, sick, lonely, embarrassed and sad.

By Barbara Klein
A Parent is a child's first-and most influential -teacher. Learn how giving a kindergartner daily opportunities to practice emerging reading skills will help them thrive!

By Barbara Klein
Bullying, once considered a normal part of childhood, has garnered national media attention in the wake of a series of highly publicized school shootings.

By Barbara Klein
Claudio Cerullo of West Chester University and John Williams of Chenyey University Launch New Summer After School Academic Program for Philadelphia School District Students.

By Barbara Klein
Since children pass through many developmental stages as they mature, it is important to understand the differences between normal childhood attempts to defy authority and symptoms of full-blown oppositional defiant disorder.

By Barbara Klein
Students with ADD and Other Learning Disabilities are More Likely to be Bullied.



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