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Re: National no tolerance policy

PostPosted: Mon Apr 08, 2013 11:56 am
by Toggle
I really agree with you guys on this one. I think there needs to be a new elected official who controls all educational punishments and sets the specifics for each state after meeting with each state school board official.

Re: National no tolerance policy

PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 10:01 am
by DoraLynn
This would really decrease the bullying within schools. Hold a nationwide convention, debate the issues, brainstorm, come up with policies, and then have a vote of what will be implemented. Then have it go into affect in every single public school (private schools have there own policies aside from public) nationwide, the same across the board and see what happens. Make it punishable if a teacher, staff member, or school official that does not follow the procedure, or reports bullying. Make the punishment severe enough to were it will deter bullying, but fair enough that every child has a right to right their wrong doing. I think it could be done.

Re: National no tolerance policy

PostPosted: Mon May 06, 2013 9:51 am
by ChicagoBearsFan7
doozy wrote :
> We have failed at a city, county, and state level of preventing bullying
> and mostly because the power figures in charge are too afraid to shake
> things up and lose their position. I think we should deal with this similar
> to big corporations run their business. There is a top level of people who
> make a standard set of rules that the entire country has to follow. The
> rules would be very straight forward with clear punishments set in place.
> Once someone breaks these rules the punishments are upheld or you will be
> held accountable from the main corporate office. Since they are such a far
> distance away and are not involved personally they will have no problem
> enforcing the punishment. This is why business runs so smoothly in
> corporations because everyone plays by the same set of rules and if you
> step outside the lines you are punished immediately and fairly. There will
> be no execptions to any rules and possibly we have a chance of changing the
> way bullying is effecting our country.


Thats good in concept, but implementing it may be a bit hard. Good luck, I'm with you.

Re: National no tolerance policy

PostPosted: Mon May 06, 2013 12:01 pm
by pinkiejay
Im with a national level. something needs to be done.

Re: National no tolerance policy

PostPosted: Mon Jun 03, 2013 2:26 pm
by sneakApeak
Shouldnt cost money to enforce just a fair and balanced system that can be used for years to come

Re: National no tolerance policy

PostPosted: Mon Jun 10, 2013 8:24 pm
by windytunnel
sneakApeak wrote :
> Shouldnt cost money to enforce just a fair and balanced system that can be
> used for years to come

Biggest problem, would be getting all the state officials to agree on a nationwide policy. Or at least the national agencies to agree to enforce to the states.

Re: National no tolerance policy

PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 11:05 pm
by V4vikki
End the war on drugs that is go nowhere and begin the war on bullying

Re: National no tolerance policy

PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 12:34 pm
by ArtLife
Tell Obama we need some HOPE that he will CHANGE bullying