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Roach, A. T., & Kratochwill, T. R. (2004). Evaluating School Climate and School Culture. Teaching Exceptional Children, 37(1), 10-17.
The authors present a clear evaluation of the school culture and how students are always bullied by their friends. The information critically presents various ways in which students are bullied and how such occurrences affect their overall grades and life while in school. There are various recommendations that are presented by the authors as they desire that the school system be changed to meet all the needs of their students.

The information provided by the authors is vital and timely as it presents various cases of bullying and how they can be mitigated. The work from the article can easily be used in the research as it fits perfectly with the provided topic.
Melzer, W., Oertel, L., Ottova, V., & Deutschland, H. B.-T. (2012). Mobbing and Violence at School. Trends from 2002 to 2010. Gesundheitswesen, 74, S76-S83.
The study by Melzer provides a clear understanding of how bullying develops among students in schools. It examines the behavior of students and how they usually end up bullying their fellow students. The study found out that the level of bullying among students has decreased in the past because of different behavioral changes that are always seen as the learners. Discipline levels have also increased because of cultural changes that have positively impacted the learning environment.

The study provides current data and information hence necessary for writing about bullying in schools. It provides a clear picture of how the school system has changed and various facets that need to be employed to ensure discipline. The work is timely and relevant for the research.
Berliner, D. C. (2009). Out-of-School Factors and School Success. The School of Education, 1-52.
Berliner provides information about bullying in schools and how it can be stopped to ensure the success of the students. Institutions need to inculcate a culture of commitment and love among one another to ensure peace and minimal instances of bullying. When students are left on their own they are usually able to develop other characters that are not desirable, hence the need for constant follow-up.
The information provided by the author is relevant to the topic and presents the necessary tools needed to stop bullying to ensure the success of the education system. The students are given the priority to choose for themselves how they should operate while in their institutions coupled with different schools rules and regulations.

Hargreaves, D. (1995). School Culture, School Effectiveness and School Improvement. (C. Teddlie & D. Reynolds, Eds.)School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 6(1), 23-46.
Hargreaves provides information about effectiveness and improvements in schools. Through the different article, information is provided about the school culture and how students should behave to ensure discipline. The use of school handbooks where rules and regulations are enumerated is recommended because most students often desire a background to base their arguments. The idea of bullying in institutions can only be eliminated through the efforts of both parents and teachers.
The information provided by the article is timely and relevant for the research as it provides different actions that should be taken in the event of any bullying. It clearly indicates the school culture as a place where parents and teachers are supposed to work together for the betterment of their institutions.
Leithwood, K., Harris, A., & Hopkins, D. (2008). Seven strong claims about successful school leadership. School Leadership & Management.
The authors present different claims that always make a school leadership strong. The leadership system is seen as the only path that can be used by institutions to combat issues of bullying. It also presents the effects of bullying which always make students underperform in their various areas of study. Through the leadership systems in schools, the authors recommend that student punishment should be a combined effort between parents and teachers.

The information provided by the authors is relevant and able to cover the issues of bullying effectively. Writing on the issues of bullying will need a critical evaluation of the leadership system in schools as they often become necessary to combat such vices.
References
Berliner, D. C. (2009). Out-of-School Factors and School Success. The School of Education, 1-52.
Hargreaves, D. (1995). School Culture, School Effectiveness and School Improvement. (C. Teddlie & D. Reynolds, Eds.)School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 6(1), 23-46.
Leithwood, K., Harris, A., & Hopkins, D. (2008). Seven strong claims about successful school leadership. School Leadership & Management.
Melzer, W., Oertel, L., Ottova, V., & Deutschland, H. B.-T. (2012). Mobbing and Violence at School. Trends from 2002 to 2010. Gesundheitswesen, 74, S76-S83.
Roach, A. T., & Kratochwill, T. R. (2004). Evaluating School Climate and School Culture. Teaching Exceptional Children, 37(1), 10-17.









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