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


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Agree on Follow-up Items
Be sure to follow up with your child's teacher to see if anti-bullying polices are being enforced.
Be sure to follow up with your child's teacher to see if anti-bullying polices are being enforced.
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Agree on a date and time that you and the teacher will meet again so that the teacher can report to you what actions are being taken and what tangible progress is achieved.

A follow-up plan also allows you to provide evidence to your child that you're taking action now, and that you have concrete plans to tackle the bullying problem until it's resolved. With this assurance, your child can gain confidence that there are plans in place, and this gives the child hope that there will be an eventual relief from their misery.


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