For boys and girls, day-to-day experiences and future aspirations vary in key ways. Concern about mental health cuts across gender, racial and socio-economic lines, with roughly equal shares of teens across demographic groups saying it is a significant issue in their community. Fewer teens, though still substantial shares, voice concern over bullying, drug addiction and alcohol consumption. More than four-in-ten say these are major problems affecting people their age in the area where they live, according to a Pew Research Center survey of U. The pressure teens feel to do well in school is tied at least in part to their post-graduation goals. Current patterns in college enrollment among to year-olds who are no longer in high school reflect these gender dynamics.
Additionally, 4 percent of students reported being threatened with harm, 2 percent reported that others tried to make them do things they did not want to do, and 1 percent reported that their property was destroyed by others on purpose. NOTE: "At school" includes in the school building, on school property, on a school bus, and going to and from school. Students who reported experiencing more than one type of bullying at school were counted only once in the total for students bullied at school. In contrast, a higher percentage of male students than of female students reported being pushed, shoved, tripped, or spit on 6 vs. Higher percentages of students of Two or more races, Black students, and White students 23 percent each than of Hispanic students 16 percent and Asian students 7 percent reported being bullied at school during the school year in The percentages of students who reported being the subject of rumors and being made fun of, called names, or insulted were both higher for Black students and White students than for Hispanic students and Asian students.
Schall declined to elaborate on what possible charges could be filed in the case. The girl and her parents were unwilling to press charges, Schall said. The video was posted on Snapchat and Twitter, and forwarded to local news media, and at least one TV station contacted police, Schall said. Tampa-area defense attorney John Trevena said officers are almost certainly looking into whether anyone who shot cellphone video — or posted it — can be prosecuted under child pornography laws. It should be investigated as a crime, taking advantage of someone with a mental health issue.
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