US37 - Training to Prevent Bullying
Having been in education for 30 years, the problem is not that they need more training. If after, 4-5 years of college, they haven't learn about bullying, why spend more money on training? Let's be frank! Teachers who report problems to their principal are considered weak. Principals do not want to make any waves with the superintendent. The superintendent wants his Board of Education to think everything is fine. We have no problems. (I also served on a Board of Education for 18 years.) The problem is the system and very little leadership from the state. This is the same system that thinks test scores are going to help rate the job a school system is doing. If we have bullying, students with bad attitudes, etc., what makes you think they don't deliberately sabage a test to get back at the teacher or school? Come on, where is our common sense in public education?
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