Evidence-Based Practices for Reducing Bullying Among Students with Disabilities

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Chad A. Rose, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Language, Literacy and Special Populations, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX.

Student bullying has become a widespread issue throughout the nation's schools. This phenomenon may be especially germane to students with disabilities because recent research has suggested that individuals with disabilities are at a greater risk for involvement.

This session will detail the prevalence of bullying among individuals with disabilities, identify unique preventative and predictive factors associated with this student population, and recommend evidence-based practices suitable for targeted interventions.

Produced in 2011