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Disabled children more likely to be bullied


Disabled children, including those with learning disabilities, were about 20 percent more likely to report being bullied than other students in surveys taken at a New England school district. And that difference remained steady from third through 12th grades, the researchers found.

[Randy Dotinga - UPI, 28 December 2016.]


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