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Chapter 5: What Every Teacher Must Do

What Every Teacher Must Do
What every teacher must do

All teachers of students with disabilities must be aware that their students are at greater risk of being bullied (Rose et al., 2011; Siebecker, Wang, Maag, Siebecher, & Frericks, 2012). Unfortunately, school-wide programs have not addressed the needs of this population (Raskauskas & Modell, 2011). Most schools have anti-bullying programs, and the amount of information available on the implementation of these programs is vast. The number of books on the topic of bullying is overwhelming, and the use of social media to address the problems of bullying is omnipresent. See Appendix A for resources on bullying for students. Yet, for students with disabilities, there is a dearth of information specifically addressing their needs and the implications ...