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Bully-ridden schools have lower test scores


Bullying in hallways and locker rooms is linked to lower test scores in the classroom for high school students, a new study finds, Live Science reports. In schools where bullying is frequent, schoolwide passing rates on standardized tests are as much as 6 percent lower than in schools without a lot of bullies, researchers reported on Aug. 7 at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association in Washington, D.C…

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