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After a great response to last week’s column on entitlement and being above the rules, I’d like to take it one step further and get your feedback on the issue of bullying.
I hear about it a lot, everything from student-to-student bullying to parent-to-teacher bullying to colleague-to-colleague bullying.
So what are you seeing? More importantly what are you or should we be doing? What types of things do you believe could be implemented in a community wide plan to address the issue?
Honestly, if you’re willing to share your thoughts, I’m willing to keep your name out of the mix unless I ask you first.
Sometimes I think that too many people keep quiet because they don’t think it will make a difference.
I’ve heard people say they should just suck it up and make it through but I disagree.
I’m here to say that a problem can’t be solved if the right person doesn’t know about it.
I’m also saying it doesn’t mean every problem can be solved instantly, but if we don’t begin somewhere it won’t get solved ever.
Finally, I’d like to say that there are two schools of thought on the subject. The first is to err on the side of safety.
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