Addressing Bullying Against Students with Disabilities with Social Emotional Learning


Students with disabilities are disproportionately targets of peer victimization. This paper delves into the causes of this disparity along with the proposed solution of making social emotional learning into the professional standard of education in the United States public school system. The topic of social emotional learning is controversial due to it becoming a buzzword politically in recent years. In this post-COVID-19 era, students need emotional development now more than ever. By teaching all students the skills that come with social emotional learning, this will impact the treatment of students with disabilities, improving their quality of education.

Year Manuscript Completed

Fall 2023

Senior Project Advisor

Mrs. Heather Roy

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Integrated Studies Degree

Field of Study

Educational Studies

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