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Bullying: Creative Approaches for Teachers

Friday, October 24, 2014


By Kathleen J. Tate, Ph.D. Professor and Program Director of Teaching, School of Education, American Public University Unfortunately, schools are prime places for bullying. School classrooms, halls, playgrounds, buses, and athletic fields, as well as virtual spaces like chat rooms and email, are all places where bullying can occur. What is Bullying? The federal government defines bullying as “unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance” (U.S.

Bulldogs Are Not Bullies

Monday, March 5, 2012


by Charles W. Bindig, Ed.D. I had the opportunity this weekend to visit Stonebridge High School in Loudoun County Virginia, and found two interesting visual artifacts that might significantly describe the current state of the American High School. My first observation was that the inhabitants of the building were identified by signage as either a bulldog or a visitor.

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