Anti-bully rules being ignored / 20% of school boards don’t meet standard on suspending bad eggs

Posted on January 23, 2011. Filed under: Bullying | Tags: , , , , |

According to the Yomiuri Shimbun, municipal boards of education in 389 cities, towns and villages have not established procedures to suspend students for bullying or violent behavior at school, despite being required by law to do so, according to the education ministry.

Stories like this don’t surprise me any more. I have always been under the philosophy of “Let’s do something even if it is wrong”. If it doesn’t work then we try something different. Sitting by and not making any changes (in my opinion) is the worst thing you could do in this situation. Children need protection. Children are the foundation of the future. To read the entire article click on the link below.

Anti-bullying law ignored by schools

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Suspension and expulsion does work. The Ministry of Education needs to force the person/people to do their job. If the person responsible for changing the rules doesn’t do it then fire him and replace him with someone that does care about the safety and well being of the children. One bad apple can spoil the whole bunch. It is time to get tough on the trouble makers at school.


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