The Impact of School Bullying On Students’ Academic Achievement from Teachers Point of View

  •  Hana Al-Raqqad    
  •  Eman Al-Bourini    
  •  Fatima Al Talahin    
  •  Raghda Aranki    


The study aimed to investigate school bullying impact on students’ academic achievement from teachers’ perspective in Jordanian schools. The study used a descriptive analytical methodology. The research sample consisted of all schools’ teachers in Amman West Area (in Jordan). The sample size consisted of 200 teachers selected from different schools from Amman West area in Jordan. A self-administrated questionnaire was designed according to research objectives and hypotheses and distributed over research sample subjects. All distributed questionnaire were collected. They were, coded and analyzed by using SPSS version 18. The research results indicated that school bullying exists in all schools regardless if they are governmental or private ones. The study also concluded that school bullying affect student’s academic achievement either victims or the bullies.

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