School face tricky task of combating bullying
As communities start to recognize that bullying is a problem that needs to be addressed, one question must be asked: Have we done enough to prevent it?
Many point to schools as being on the front line of preventing bullying. But as any teacher knows, sometimes that is not so easy.
“People have a lot of sympathy for educators today who don’t have an easy job to deal with bullies,” said Hank Nuwer, a journalist and national hazing expert. “A lot of it is underground. You can’t be with a student 24 hours a day. It isn’t like someone is going to bully in front of a teacher or administrator. It’s more of a hidden, call it sneaky, type of behavior.”
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