School bullying

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A female bully, portrayed in the 1917 silent film Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.

School bullying is when kids in school are mean to other kids in school. The school bullies are normally more powerful than the people they bully.

Studies show that school bullying happens to some more than others, particularly young people with disabilities[1] and those with sexual orientation that are not traditional. [2]

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Newspaper headlines about bullying
  1. "Briefing Paper, 'Bullying and Students with Disabilities'," Archived 2013-02-18 at the Wayback Machine National Council on Disability, 2010; retrieved 2013-2-20.
  2. "For Most Bullied Gay Kids, Things Do 'Get Better,' Study Finds" at, February 4, 2013; retrieved 2013-2-20.

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