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

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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