LANSING — Michigan ranks near the bottom in controlling bullying in its schools among the states analyzed in a new report by WalletHub released on Wednesday.
Michigan ranked 36 among the 42 states and the District of Columbia analyzed as a part of WalletHub’s Best and Worst States at Controlling Bullying report. The report was released a few days before Stop Bullying Day on Feb. 9.
According to the report, Michigan ranked 38th for percentage of high school students bullied on school property, 39th for percentage of high school students bullied online, 17th for percentage of high school students who missed school out of fear of being bullied, 23rd for percentage of high school students who attempted suicide and 38th for cost of truancy to schools as a result of bullying. Read More