Six students expelled in Chihuahua, Mexico for bullying

Posted on November 1, 2011 • Filed under: Conflicts, Crime, Mexico, Social Issues

Due to the increasing incidence of bullying, known as bullying, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of the State in this city, drove the first two students from the basic level. The head of the agency, Jorge Mario Quintana Silveyra, reported that the state’s six primary school students expelled for that reason, two in the capital, one in Parral and one in Delicias and two in Ciudad Juarez. “These are serious cases of bullying because the abuse has come to blows. We want to give a clear message to the effect that there is no tolerance for such abuses and corresponds to the teachers and parents identify these behaviors,” he said. Read Article

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