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Zero tolerance for school bullies: Do more than nail posters to a wall
It was enlightening as well as inspirational to read the Local Viewpoint column, "End cruelty of bullies: Stand up to prejudice," by Pam Kancher on Dec. 19. Kancher is executive director of the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center for Central ... read more
Report: Bullying is a serious public health problem
"They can actually do more harm than good and in fact don't provide the skill training or replacement behaviors for youth that are suspended or expelled." The report also said zero-tolerance ... relationship between bullying and school shootings, but ... read more
Zero Tolerance Policies Put Students In The Hands Of Bad Cops
This rise corresponds with the proliferation of zero-tolerance policies. Combined, these two factors have resulted in criminalization of acts that were once nothing more than violations of school policies, something usually handled by school administrators. read more
Bullying: An Age-old Problem That Needs New Solutions
These power differences also make telling kids to “stand up to bullies” ill advised, as such efforts are far more likely to fail than succeed ... and most do not continue in these roles. For example, in a 3-year study of middle school students ... read more
Rethinking School Discipline: Schools Are Cutting Back on Expulsions and Suspensions, Which Are Doled out Disproportionately to Minority Students
“It would depend on how much time I’d have with the stars, but I would probably do it if I could meet ... for infractions like bringing nail clippers to school, more focus was directed at finding alternatives to zero tolerance. Citing districts like ... read more
Cancer survivor kills herself over bullying
In hindsight, Fuecht said she didn't get mad enough; to parents she said, "Call them, call them every day if you have to and eventually they'll be tired of hearing from you and actually do something." Triad School ... and a zero-tolerance for bullying. read more
Can Detroit attract middle-class families to one of the worst school systems in the country?
It is now made up of more than 250 Detroit parents ... and that she thinks other parents might, too. Do teachers nurture young children’s inquiry? Does the school have a zero tolerance policy for bullying? Everyone will have different priorities ... read more
Bullying impairs the development of healthy mental health
The bullying must stop, and the adults in charge--school professionals, parents, babysitters, clergy, coaches, and friends must have a zero-tolerance policy when it ... While the signs of bullying may be more readily identified between children, bullying ... read more
"A Pencil is Considered a Weapon When It's Pointed at Someone in a Threatening Way and Gunlike Noises Are Made"
Suffolk Public Schools spokeswoman Bethanne Bradshaw says a pencil is considered a weapon when it's pointed at someone in a threatening way and gunlike noises are made. For more on school security scares and crazy zero-tolerance policies, go here. read more
The NBA Is the National Bullying Association
(Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports) My oldest granddaughter is 15, and thanks to North Carolina's HB2, if a 15-year-old boy in her school identified as a girl ... since the NBA is showing zero tolerance for any diversity of views, absolute exclusion of all ... read more
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