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A Rational Alternative to the National School Anti-Bullying Policy

by Izzy KalmanNovember 7, 2010Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying Now is the worst time in history to be a school principal or administrator. Not only have state governments passed anti-bullying laws that hold schools legally responsible for accomplishing the impossible, the Federal government has thrown its big guns into the vicious attack […]

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Why Anti-Bully Programs Aren’t Working

Our nation’s schools have been intensively fighting bullying for well over a decade, since the Columbine shooting brought the problem of bullying to the public’s consciousness. State legislatures frequently beef up their anti-bullying laws and policies in response to the high-profile bullying related suicides and shootings. The U.S. Department of Education as well has declared […]

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Proposal for a Rational Moral School Bullying Policy

Proposal for a Rational, Moral School Bullying Policy Based on The Golden Rule By Israel C. Kalman, MS, Nationally Certified School Psychologist Director, Bullies to Buddies, Inc. Students, Parents, Staff and Community at Large: School anti-bullying laws require us to develop an anti-bullying policy. We are hereby presenting our anti-bullying policy that is based on […]

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Proposal for a Rational Moral School Bullying Policy Based on The Golden Rule

By Israel C. Kalman, MS, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Director, Bullies to Buddies, Inc. Students, Parents, Staff and Community at Large: School anti-bullying laws require us to develop an anti-bullying policy. We are hereby presenting our anti-bullying policy that is based on the Golden Rule. We have chosen the Golden Rule as our guide because […]

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