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We are in Critical Times

We must understand that times are forever changing and we must take new approaches to very critical situations. Turning heads is not the answer and we must find solutions.

There are cries from children across the world, the are trying to be heard but are we listening? The schools seem to be letting our children down and we must act on their behalf. Schools are where children receive their education but are they really getting it. Shouldn’t children be able to go to school and learn in a peaceful classroom? Are the educators afraid of the school bullies? Schools need to get a handle on protecting our children. They reprimand the victims and praise the ones causing all the trouble.

Many children are afraid to go to school because they are being tormented and attacked. What are school officials doing about the growing bullying problem? They are making bad decisions that’s what they’re doing. Children should not be afraid to go school and they deserve to be protected. Schools are not dealing with the bullying issues very well, they are protecting the bullies and chastising the victims. What are we saying to our children?

Should we tell our children to run, hide and be afraid of their aggressors? We should be finding ways to educate our children about bullying and finding ways to get to bullies. if adults don’t step in than we’ll see an even greater suicide rise. Are schools responding to parents concerns? Many school officials rather get rid of the children who are being bullied than the bullies. Perhaps they should hold parents accountable for their children’s bullying behaviors.

Children want to be acceptable and loved. It’s difficult for them to have to keep up grades and having to deal with bullies. They are taking extreme measures to get rid of the pain, suicide seems to be on their minds. many have committed suicide without reaching out to someone. We must take bullying serious and parents must advocate for their children. No one deserves to be bullied and we must make a change with the broken school systems.

If we don’t act fast, we’ll lose so many children. School administrators are leaders but are they really leading? They seem to be focused on high test scores, winning games and making an “A”. They need to look into the core of the matter. Bullying is affecting our children and they are ending up going to crisis facilities and being medicated because of it. Something must be done now!

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  1. avissado

    On March 4, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    thank you for sharing this. I hope lots of people read it.

  2. avissado

    On March 4, 2013 at 5:53 pm

    thank you for writing about it. I hope you get lots of readers.

  3. erwinkennythomas

    On March 4, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    Wonderful thoughts

  4. RBB1010

    On March 4, 2013 at 7:40 pm

    Bullying at schools needs a whole lot more attention and more concern. Thanks for a good article.

  5. Jswana

    On March 4, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    It went a lot nastier in a New York School I heard this morning on the news. Second graders are trading O**l Sex for $1 and the little pimps boys are in their rooms. What are parents NOT doing? Obviously this is serious. They are bringing guns and hatchets to school….I was going to write about it but had to wrap my brains around all of it first. Someone has to do something about ALL this innocence lost, including of course one of the worst enemies: Bullying! :( Thanks for sharing.

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