Archive for 'January,2012'
Starting today, the U.K.-based non-profit BeatBullying is staging a virtual march to the UN. Approximately 2 million supporters will create anti-bullying banners and digital avatars that will march across the internet on nearly 100 sites that have partnered [...]
Cyberbullying is no doubt one of the biggest issues facing teachers, counselors, parents and students today. As research continues to surface about the horribly detrimental effects that bullying has on long-term mental health, the crackdown on [...]
I remember watching Saturday morning cartoons and being horrified by the coyote trying to squash the road runner with an anvil only to have it backfire on him. I hated the fact that the coyote was [...]
The beginning of the year has already brought some great news to many bullying prevention efforts in Colorado. At the January 3rd school board meeting, district 70 in Pueblo County agreed to become the second district in the state [...]
I was giving a presentation tonight to a committee in hopes they would recommend a comprehensive bullying prevention program for all schools in our district to the school board. When all schools in the district are [...]
When those engaged in bullying prevention report statistics, they will always report on those doing the bullying. Sometimes they report statistics pertaining to those being bullied. One set of statistics which is difficult to come by [...]