Category Archives: Bullying

When are they ready to know the real world?

“Marcus is learning for the first time that life isn’t really like it is in the movies he watches and books he reads.” I read these words in an email from a concerned parent whose child had just finished writing a … Continue reading

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Bullying Information: New Law; Great Resource. What Should We Include in this Year’s Event?

Last year, Jo Ann Freiberg, Consultant of School Climate, Bullying and Character Education for the CT Department of Education, addressed our CAIS Bullying event and help a wide variety of educators, K-12, how to come to terms with this current and … Continue reading

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Business Week Roundtable

One of Business Week’s quarterly roundtables just concluded, and it was about education.  Participants included Steven Brill, Margaret Spellings, Dean Kamen, Michele Cahill and Louis V. Gerstner.   The article also has some national-level comparisons in a graph, and also … Continue reading

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