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When we think of school, we think of pencils, desks, teachers, books, essays and more. But as time has progressed, schools are starting to look more like a prison. School is supposed to be a place where education is prominent and students can feel safe and secure in their learning environment. Unfortunately, whether it is due to low funding, or location in a bad part of town, there are several schools that are considered to be exceptionally dangerous. In an age where school shootings are becoming the norm, schools are becoming a place where security is similar to the White House with metal detectors and cops on campus protecting the students. With measures this severe, one has to wonder why parents would ever consider sending their children into turbulent circumstances such as these.
But sometimes, thanks to district zoning, parents don’t have a choice on where to send their kids to school unless they can afford to move. So, for the parents whose kids are stuck in that dangerous school, they have to pray every day and hope their child comes home.
College campuses are also becoming more dangerous each year with the rise of on-campus shootings, sexual assaults, and violence. With the amount of money being put into these colleges and universities, majority of the funding goes towards security rather than protecting the students. The question is, how far is too far before a campus shuts down for good? Whether it is college or regular school, this sacred place of learning is becoming a place of survival for all the wrong reasons.

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Bullying In Schools:
What is Bullying? And What are The Many Types of Bullying in Schools?
Bullying is defined as the repetitive intent to hurt or damage an individual or a group of people that have little power to help themselves. It is an epidemic with far-reaching consequences for the perpetrators and the victims alike. Bullies use name-calling, rumors, and sometimes physical attacks to damage their victim’s self-esteem. Understanding who bullies are and how and why they choose their victims may be the first step in halting these hurtful behaviors.
What is bullying in schools?
It seems like the answer would be obvious, but it’s really much more complex than most people realize. A lot of parents think that the signs of bullying are obvious. Their child comes home beaten up regularly, or with bruises and other signs of physical abuse. Maybe he’s constantly “losing” his lunch money or spending longer than usual doing his homework because he’s really doing it for someone else. These can be classic factors of what is bullying in schools, but they are the most cliche ones. They’re real and they do still happen to kids today. However, today’s bullying in schools can take many other forms that parents may not recognize.
Bullying is not a new phenomenon. Children and teens have experienced it for decades. Many parents also consider it an essential rite of passage. However, recent numbers have made everyone, including educators, child psychologists, parents and pediatricians, sit up and take notice. One in seven children in American schools is either a bully or a victim.

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Nobullying.com is an online forum aimed at educating, advising, counselling and all importantly, helping to stop bullying, in particular, cyber bullying.This website started as a social responsibility project for us, but through the support of a community of parents, educators and teenagers – it has grown into one of the biggest anti bullying and online safety websites in the world. We owe a great deal of thanks to everyone who has contributed to the website, from donating their time, donating written articles to help others to even sharing the website on social media for others to find. Every kind action, big or small – has enabled us to help others. If you want to know more on the website statistics or who we are – check out the bottom of this article. We hope you too will also press the “share” button on the page – to share the website with your friends on social media – who may be facing a problem with bullying today.We at Nobullying.com work closely with and are delighted to gain the insight of many professionals including psychologists, teachers and other experts, we really cherish the input and experiences of parents and children of all ages, on this topic.
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Why should a good education be exclusive to rich kids? Schools in low-income neighborhoods across the US, specifically in communities of color, lack resources that are standard at wealthier schools — things like musical instruments, new books, healthy school lunches and soccer fields — and this has a real impact on the potential of students. Kandice Sumner sees the disparity every day in her classroom in Boston. In this inspiring talk, she asks us to face facts — and change them.

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Adults in a school community can achieve a great deal to counter bullying. However, the potential to make a real change lies with the students. Students respond more readily to the opinions of their peers. With this in mind, teachers or counselors should come up with a role-play which requires five players – the bully, the victim, the defender, the re-enforcer and the outsider. In the first role play, the players should support the bully. Then the role-play is reversed and they should support the victim. This role play is a powerful way to show the role of the bystanders in controlling what actually happens in the playground. The swing of power can just as easily be towards the victim, thus rejecting and controlling the bully’s aggressive behavior.

This exercise is conducted with 11 Grade Peer Support Leaders, so that they can teach it to their Grade 6 or Grade 7 groups. The leaders found it very effective, as the power struggle is felt even in role-play. It illustrates well how power is given to people by bystanders.

Victim empowerment helps the victim to gain confidence, become independent and resist bullying. Some programs teach the victims how to answer bullies to disarm and confuse them, thus reducing their power. This is an area where more research is urgently needed. The No Blame Approach needs to be adopted by all staff members when dealing with bullying. Most students, given the opportunity to reflect on their aggression without blame, are remorseful.

Anti-bullying now need to go several steps further – past the obvious, into the minds of students, who are, after all, the experts – and address those more subtle factors that act as barriers to bystander intervention. Critical to the creation of a non-violent, peaceful culture is the visible involvement of the whole school community. The perception of students in this study was that they had no support from the principal, teachers, non-teaching staff and entire student body.
This exercise is conducted with 11 Grade Peer Support Leaders, so that they can teach it to their Grade 6 or Grade 7 groups. The leaders found it very effective, as the power struggle is felt even in role-play. It illustrates well how power is given to people by bystanders.
Victim empowerment helps the victim to gain confidence, become independent and resist bullying. Some programs teach the victims how to answer bullies to disarm and confuse them, thus reducing their power. This is an area where more research is urgently needed. The No Blame Approach needs to be adopted by all staff members when dealing with bullying. Most students, given the opportunity to reflect on their aggression without blame, are remorseful.

Any Information on the basis of anti-bullying policies will be not effective if not students are motivated enough to get involved. It is indeed critical that programs now address the emotional deterrents of fear, awkwardness, group affiliation, enthusiasm and lack of concern. Future policies should examine the culture of the school, which lay down the behavioral code for incoming students.

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Francis helps parents, administrators and teachers learn about Character Education and how the Just Do The Right Thing Program can help kids of all levels find success both in and outside the Classroom.

If you are on the verge of completing high school and are very much concerned about what career option to follow to become successful in your life then you have a pretty good option of going for the business management accounting schools. As the demand for the educated business professional is on the rise, the following programs in business management can be really helpful in brightening your career.

Even if you’re already employed and are looking for some change in your career and want to enhance your skill and knowledge then you will find plenty of vocational colleges, schools and universities that will offer you programs in business management.

As a student you can focus your career in business administration by choosing one of the degrees mentioned below. These are a few of the degrees that you can pursue in different business management schools:

Associate of Science

It is a degree program in which you will study various subjects so that you can gain information and knowledge about business studies. You can apply such knowledge and information in your profession so that you can perform your work in a better fashion.

Bachelor of Science

It is basically a three year degree course that has to be studied from an accredited and approved university with business administration as your main subject. In your degree course you will be taught different managerial skills so that you can work as a professional and bring profit for your business or employer.

Masters of Science

In order to take admission in Masters of Science degree course you will have to attain a Bachelor of Science or at least Bachelor of Arts degree so that you have the basic knowledge of the subject and can gain advanced and professional information.

Masters of Business Administration

MBA programs are widely reputed and all of us are equally aware of how people with MBA degrees are being called up by variety of small, large and multinational companies to run their business in a rightful manner. An MBA degree with a major in Accounting will help you in establishing a strong career in the accounting field and also earn you a handsome salary every month. After completing your MBA degree you can work for a company or can even start your own business.

You can also go for the PhD degrees in business administration that will help you focus on different accounting and finance subjects. These degree courses will also teach you about risk management which will prove to be very effective in meeting the different goals of the business you are involved in.

All these degree programs can be done through any business management accounting schools. You also have a choice of taking up the different online programs in business management or you can also go for the offline colleges if you can attend full time classes at the university.

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Before we take a look into the different methods that can be implemented to prevent teenage pregnancy let’s see what facts does a recent study reveals. The particular research looks into certain facts that teacher, counselors, parents and even the school administrators should be aware of:

* Even though the teen pregnancy rate has shown a decline in the United States over the past decade, the rate is still significantly higher than that of other industrialized countries.
* Each year, between the ages of 15 to 19 years, over half a million teenagers gives birth in the United States.
* The incidence of teenage pregnancy is seen more among poor young women of color in the United States.
* Children who are born to such teen mothers are more likely to have been abused.
* During their pregnancy period they are more likely to be physically abused than adult women.
* The United States Government spends over $ 7 billion each year towards expenses related to teenage pregnancy.
* Only 30 – 35% of teen mothers continue to complete their High School education.

Now, let’s take a look at how Public schools can adopt the four methodologies outlined in the Character Education curriculum to prevent teenage pregnancies. Public schools do play a crucial role in implementing Character Education as they serve more than 60 million children in this country.

1. All schools should uphold the value of self-esteem and academic success which in turn will help in reducing the possibility of immoral behavior among teenagers.

2. By applying Character Education programs that include support, recreation, counseling and tutoring, high-risk behaviors before teen pregnancy can be substantially brought down.

3. Character education should also include programs and activities aimed at positive youth development. Youth development activities and programs should be built around these three important topics – Connectedness, Self assurance and Character.

* Through Connectedness Character education instills a state of security, close association with others and a sense that they belong to a specific group.
* Topics on Self assurance help teenagers to have high self-worth, and feeling of control on their life.
* Through teaching the value of Character a teenager feels competent enough to attain their career of choice and a satisfying relationship with their family, peers and others.

Character education not only should the incidence of teenage pregnancy but also should promote student achievement. All schools need to set high principles and values for all their students and should embrace proper evaluation and testing strategies to implement effective character education curriculum.

4. Teachers, counselors, school administrators and parents need to work mutually to share a common vision about character education curriculum that is more effective in order to impart in all students.

Academic instruction isn’t the only responsibility teachers have in today’s classrooms. More and more, teachers are being called on to teach students about values … things like making good decisions, the showing of respect, taking responsibility, choosing friends, and having a positive attitude.  It’s a responsibility that could be overwhelming, considering the limited hours available in a school day, the number of kids in the classroom, and the diversity of backgrounds and personalities each child represents.

Character Education by Just Do The Right Thing” is a practical and powerful tool that equips educators to tackle values training with confidence.

By: Francis David

Francis helps parents, administrators and teachers learn about Character Education and how the Just Do The Right Thing Program can help kids of all levels find success both in and outside the Classroom.

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