by Jade Sizemore, Outreach & Program Coordinator, Community Matters
Bullying can take many forms, from physical aggression and intimidation to more subtle behaviors that might not be apparent to an onlooker. In honor of National Bullying Prevention Month, we would like to draw attention to all types of bullying, especially those that are less obvious yet pervasive. Seemingly subtle put-downs, teasing, and acts of exclusion, are all forms of mistreatment that can lead a child to feel insecure and unsafe.
With teachers and administrators already facing unmanageable workloads, we must begin to view students as capable contributors to a culture