Bullying and behavioral issues with students of all ages has taken center stage in news and popular media. One reason for this sudden gain in attention is that bullying has taken on a new dimension by entering virtual space in such popular social media outlets as Facebook and Twitter.
Please find below links to scholarly and government reports and studies.
The newest reports are placed at the top as we find them, with items growing less recent as you scroll down the archive.
- Analysis of State Bullying Laws and Policies – full report from ed.gov
- A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Early Childhood Intervention: Evidence from an Experimental Evaluation of the Incredible Years Parenting Program – data-rich study from 2010
- Bullying Victims Often Suffer Academically, Particularly High-Achieving Blacks and Latinos – News Release of American Sociological Association Study
- NCES Report on School and Cyber-Bullying – U.S. Department of Education