Bullying: It’s not just one story.

Also posted at www.managebullying.com

I’m not going to criticize the sensational headlines and media covering the most recent case of bully suicide because it brings a serious problem to the forefront of our school’s, community’s, state’s and nation’s agenda.
But sometimes it’s too easy to look at one story and say, “That won’t happen at our school, to our children. That was an extreme example.”

It’s not just one story. Click here to see a powerful reminder that today’s story isn’t the only one.

It’s terrible that we wait for the tragedy before we act. Let these stories be the last.


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