Canter Bullying Survey

Bullying means behavior that physically or emotionally harms another student, and therefore creates a difference in power between the two students; OR creates a situation where students do not feel safe to learn. Examples: Persistent teasing; rumor spreading; physical intimidation, threats, or harm; cyber-bullying (using computers; cell phones (texting); or other devices to create fear or harm).

Harassment is when students are bullied because of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, physical appearance, or because they have a disability.

All questions are asking about behavior that happens “in school”. “In school” includes things that happen on the way to school; on the way home from school; or at school sponsored events (dances; athletic events)

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