Fakhra Shah knows first-hand what it’s like to be on the receiving end of anti-Muslim slurs and stereotyping. Growing up Muslim in the Bay Area, she’s experienced them her whole life. As a social studies teacher at Mission High School in San Francisco, one of Shah’s primary goals is to prevent bullying by teaching respect … Continued
Shortly after the election, one of my Muslim students told me that her family received a note in their mailbox that said it was “Time to move. Trump won and is coming for you.”
Clinton’s initiative, Better Than Bullying, would provide $500 million to help children, families and educators confront the challenge of bullying.
Educators across the nation are reporting that the inflammatory rhetoric from Donald Trump has led to an increase in student bullying and anxiety.
This year the campaign rhetoric has been so inflammatory, especially Donald Trump’s, that it has incited both bullying and violence in schools.
More than half of young people report being cyber bullied, and between 10 and 20 percent report being cyber bullied regularly.
For the bullied student, the issues are the same wherever I’ve been. Who can I trust? Who will hear me? And who will help me?
LGBT protections and effective implementation strategies are lacking in most districts’ efforts, according to new report from GLSEN.
Omar Currie knew how to curb bullying in his classroom, but didn’t know he’d end up under attack.
NEA President Dennis Van Roekel: “Everyone in a school community—principals, teachers, counselors, office staff, custodians, food service workers and bus drivers…everyone who comes in contact with students needs to be involved in creating a safe school climate.”