Bullying has become a major problem in our school districts, more children are being bullied in our schools then ever before. Why don't the school districts do anything about bullying? Because it doesn't exist, to them. Kids just being kids, right? Wrong! Children are killing themselves on the words of other children. When you say those words, it sounds silly, even though it is so real in todays world. Schools want to grow with the world, change to make everyone accept everyone, (except for the children being bullied) they will accept who you want to be, what you want to be.
Tell a teacher or an adult in charge that someone called you stupid, dumb, idiot... for 6 months, everyday, you tend to believe it, even though the teacher or adult in charge does not. How many times did this poor child tell the teachers or adult in charge that this is happening to them? Guarantee it wasn't everyday for the last 6 months. If the child did, that teacher or adult in charge would be so sick of that kid being a tattletale.
How can this be happening at a place where your child needs to go everyday? Easy... It just takes enough people to look the other way when it's happening.
What would you do if you were the adult in charge? Look the other way or step up and do something about it?
Now before you answer these questions, you have to research and find out why the adults are looking the other way or pretending it's not happening. Are they being told that, this is the way to handle a bullying situation? Or are the adults just trying to get through the day
Let me know what you would do?