Oct 25, 2014-- "I am hopeful. I believe we have an opportunity to change the culture of bullying among young people and I think the answer begins with those who live and work with young people every day. It is not complicated policies or grandiose programs that make the most difference, but rather consistent, daily, nurturing acts of reaching out to both children who bully and those who are are the receiving end of cruelty that bring about the most meaningful and lasting change." Licensed social worker, school counselor, and national educator Signe Whitson outlines eight key steps to end bullying. (15213 reads)
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