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10 Ways to Talk to the School if Your Child is Being Bullied


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Strike Quickly

Take visible, tangible action the moment your child starts mentioning he is being teased, especially if he mentions it repeatedly. Get out the notebook and start your record-keeping. Any delay in intervention gives the appearance of dismissing the child's valid fear of danger, and delays allow the bullying to go on longer -- seemingly with permission. Immediate action also allows schools to intervene quickly.


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