The recent news that Cincinnati schools are taking a hard stance on bullying is most welcome. Simply because bullying has always taken place in schools, including Cincinnati schools, it doesn’t mean that this form of behavior is right. For too long, the victim has been the focus of anti-bullying campaigns, and it’s high time that bullies in Cincinnati schools be held accountable for their behavior.Detailed Plans in Place to Combat Bullying in Cincinnati SchoolsThe new plan adopted by Cincinnati schools will have a detailed procedures in place to deal with allegations of bullying. Incidents will be investigated fully and a plan will be devised to keep the victim safe while attending Cincinnati schools. Those students who have been found responsible will be facing the consequences of their actions.Cincinnati schools have the opportunity to lead the way in keeping the school environment safe for all learners. These efforts are to be commended. Students attending Cincinnati schools can’t be expected to learn effectively if they are recovering from the last round of bullying or worrying about when the next round is going to start.Cyberbullying to Be Addressed by Cincinnati SchoolsCincinnati schools are taking the lead in realizing that not all bullying takes… Read full this story
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