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Percentage of students who reported being bullied at school

Digest of Education Statistics

Table 230.40. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being bullied at school or cyber-bullied anywhere during the school year, by type of bullying at school, reports of injury, and selected student and school characteristics: 2013
[Standard errors appear in parentheses] Student or school
characteristic Bullied at school
or cyber-bullied anywhere Type of bullying at school Of students who were pushed, shoved, tripped, or spit on, percent reporting injury1 Total bullied at school or cyber-bullied anywhere2 Total cyber-bullied anywhere3 Total bullied at school4 Made fun of, called names, or insulted Subject of rumors Threatened with harm Tried to make do things did not want
to do Excluded from activities on purpose Property destroyed on purpose Pushed, shoved, tripped, or spit on 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Sex Male Female Race/ethnicity5 White Black Hispanic Asian Other Grade 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th Urbanicity6 Urban Suburban Rural Control of school Public Private
23.1 (0.67) 6.9 (0.42) 21.5 (0.66) 13.6 (0.51) 13.2 (0.50) 3.9 (0.27) 2.2 (0.21) 4.5 (0.30) 1.6 (0.20) 6.0 (0.39) 20.8 (2.48)
21.1 (0.84) 5.2 (0.43) 19.5 (0.81) 12.6 (0.70) 9.6 (0.60) 4.1 (0.38) 2.4 (0.30) 3.5 (0.34) 1.8 (0.28) 7.4 (0.59) 20.6 (3.21)
25.2 (0.99) 8.6 (0.63) 23.7 (0.98) 14.7 (0.75) 17.0 (0.80) 3.7 (0.37) 1.9 (0.27) 5.5 (0.47) 1.3 (0.25) 4.6 (0.42) 21.1 (3.63)
25.3 (0.94) 7.6 (0.57) 23.7 (0.93) 15.6 (0.74) 14.6 (0.76) 4.4 (0.40) 2.0 (0.28) 5.4 (0.46) 1.5 (0.24) 6.1 (0.49) 22.3 (3.39)
21.2 (1.85) 4.5 (0.94) 20.3 (1.81) 10.5 (1.22) 12.7 (1.40) 3.2 (0.68) 2.7 (0.59) 2.7 (0.71) 2.0 (0.54) 6.0 (0.97) 15.6 ! (6.04)
20.5 (1.32) 5.8 (0.78) 19.2 (1.30) 12.1 (1.13) 11.5 (1.02) 4.0 (0.58) 1.6 (0.32) 3.5 (0.53) 1.4 (0.38) 6.3 (0.79) 18.3 (4.15)
11.8 (2.02) 5.8 (1.67) 9.2 (1.67) 7.5 (1.63) 3.7 (0.95) (†) 3.8 ! (1.32) 2.2 ! (0.71) 1.6 ! (0.78) 2.0 ! (0.85) (†)
29.7 (3.83) 13.4 (2.43) 25.2 (3.60) 16.5 (2.99) 17.3 (3.05) 4.3 ! (1.56) 4.0 ! (1.38) 6.5 (1.85) 2.1 ! (1.00) 8.5 (1.90) (†)
29.9 (2.31) 5.9 (1.20) 27.8 (2.31) 21.3 (2.15) 16.1 (1.61) 5.9 (1.13) 3.4 (0.88) 6.5 (1.20) 3.1 (0.77) 11.0 (1.46) 26.8 (6.90)
27.3 (1.65) 7.0 (0.91) 26.4 (1.65) 17.9 (1.35) 15.5 (1.35) 6.1 (0.88) 3.0 (0.52) 6.3 (0.86) 2.2 (0.52) 11.6 (1.12) 24.0 (4.11)
22.7 (1.43) 6.4 (0.86) 21.7 (1.42) 14.5 (1.23) 12.7 (1.11) 3.9 (0.68) 2.3 (0.54) 5.2 (0.80) 1.5 ! (0.45) 6.5 (0.85) 20.8 (5.92)
24.4 (1.46) 6.7 (0.97) 23.0 (1.42) 13.7 (1.16) 13.8 (1.22) 3.6 (0.61) 2.6 (0.58) 4.3 (0.70) 1.2 ! (0.40) 4.9 (0.83) 18.2 ! (7.32)
21.4 (1.52) 8.6 (1.16) 19.5 (1.48) 12.9 (1.21) 12.9 (1.28) 4.3 (0.73) 1.7 (0.47) 4.6 (0.72) 1.3 (0.37) 3.7 (0.68) 21.2 ! (7.78)
22.4 (1.50) 6.8 (0.87) 20.0 (1.50) 11.2 (1.20) 12.5 (1.31) 3.0 (0.60) 1.5 (0.45) 2.4 (0.61) 1.6 ! (0.50) 3.4 (0.72) (†)
15.4 (1.45) 5.9 (0.93) 14.1 (1.51) 6.4 (1.04) 9.7 (1.15) 1.0 ! (0.43) 1.3 ! (0.48) 2.5 (0.67) 0.7 ! (0.31) 3.0 (0.71) (†)
22.6 (1.10) 7.1 (0.73) 20.7 (1.10) 12.8 (0.80) 12.7 (0.87) 3.9 (0.47) 2.7 (0.45) 4.1 (0.51) 1.4 (0.27) 5.6 (0.60) 20.9 (4.99)
23.5 (0.93) 7.0 (0.61) 22.0 (0.90) 14.2 (0.69) 13.4 (0.71) 3.9 (0.39) 2.0 (0.28) 4.7 (0.43) 1.3 (0.24) 6.4 (0.52) 21.8 (3.31)
22.7 (1.87) 5.9 (1.02) 21.4 (1.86) 13.2 (1.49) 13.3 (1.45) 4.1 (0.67) 1.7 (0.42) 4.2 (0.73) 2.8 (0.66) 5.8 (0.88) 16.7 ! (5.31)
23.0 (0.69) 6.9 (0.45) 21.5 (0.67) 13.5 (0.53) 13.2 (0.52) 3.9 (0.28) 2.2 (0.22) 4.3 (0.31) 1.6 (0.19) 6.1 (0.41) 20.3 (2.57)
23.8 (2.79) 6.4 (1.44) 22.4 (2.71) 15.3 (2.01) 13.4 (2.20) 3.9 (1.14) 2.7 ! (0.82) 6.7 (1.31) 1.3 ! (0.60) 5.2 (1.24) (†)
†Not applicable.
!Interpret data with caution. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is between 30 and 50 percent.
‡Reporting standards not met. Either there are too few cases for a reliable estimate or the coefficient of variation (CV) is 50 percent or greater.
1 Only students who reported that they were pushed, shoved, tripped, or spit on were asked if they suffered injuries as a result of the incident.
2 Students who reported that they were both bullied at school and cyber-bullied anywhere were counted only once in the total for students bullied at school or cyber-bullied anywhere.
3 Students who reported being cyber-bullied are those who responded that another student had done one or more of the following: posted hurtful information about them on the Internet; purposely shared private information about them on the Internet; threatened or insulted them through instant messaging; threatened or insulted them through text messaging; threatened or insulted them through e-mail; threatened or insulted them while gaming; or excluded them online. Students who reported more than one of these types of cyber-bullying were counted only once in the total for students cyber-bullied anywhere.
4 Students who reported experiencing more than one type of bullying at school were counted only once in the total for students bullied at school.
5 Race categories exclude persons of Hispanic ethnicity. "Other" includes American Indians/Alaska Natives, Pacific Islanders, and persons of Two or more races.
6 Refers to the Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) status of the respondent's household as defined in 2000 by the U.S. Census Bureau. Categories include "central city of an MSA (Urban)," "in MSA but not in central city (Suburban)," and "not MSA (Rural)."
NOTE: "At school" includes the school building, on school property, on a school bus, or going to and from school. Bullying types do not sum to totals because students could have experienced more than one type of bullying.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, School Crime Supplement (SCS) to the National Crime Victimization Survey, 2013. (This table was prepared August 2014.)


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