Bullying by students with disabilities reduced by social-emotional learning

Peer victimization — bullying — declined 20 percent among students with disabilities who participated in Second Step social-emotional learning curricula, authors of a new study report. More than 120 students with disabilities at two school districts in the Midwest United States participated in the research, which was part of a larger three-year clinical trial of the widely used social-emotional learning curricula Second Step.

Link: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/03/150331145140.htm