Workplace Bullying in K-12 Education

Lorena Garcia, University of Texas at El Paso


Workplace bullying within K-12 education settings has become an increasingly recognized concern, with potentially profound implications for educators' well-being. This quantitative research study aims to explore the phenomenon of workplace bullying among teachers and administrators in K-12 educational institutions. Findings from this study will contribute to the existing literature by shedding light on the prevalence and manifestations of workplace bullying in K-12 education, as well as its implications for individual well-being, organizational culture, and educational outcomes. The study aims to inform the development of targeted interventions and policies to prevent and address workplace bullying, thereby fostering healthier and more supportive educational environments for educators.

Subject Area

Education Policy|Educational leadership|Educational evaluation|Educational administration|Educational sociology

Recommended Citation

Garcia, Lorena, "Workplace Bullying in K-12 Education" (2024). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI31295110.