NC OLWEUS FLEX

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Answer each question to the best of your ability!


Studies suggest that fewer than 10% of children are involved in bully/victim problems in elementary or middle school.



Children are more likely to be bullied in middle school than in elementary school.



Most bullying is physical in nature.



Girls bully just as much as boys; they just do it differently.



Most victims of bullying report being bullied by large numbers of their peers.



The vast majority of children who are bullied tell a teacher or other member of the school staff.



Bullying is just as likely on the way to and from school as during school hours.



Most students who observe bullying don't think they should get involved.



Once a bully, always a bully.



Children who bully are loners with low self-esteem.