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“Bullying Is Student Voice” (Guest Post by Adam Fletcher)

In a lot of educators’ minds, “student voice” only happens when adults direct learners to share their thoughts in ways that are acceptable in schools. Whether embedded in the curriculum, listened to through adult-led student forums, or guided in carefully moderated websites, student voice is often painted as the cuddly, friendly, and convenient precursor to … Continue reading

Words Do Hurt…And Help

There are two powerful and important videos circulating on YouTube produced by youth. The first is a brave and moving film from a vulnerable 8th grader who confronts her bullying by sharing it with us with a plea for awareness that words hurt: The second is a beautiful, powerful, and loving response from a 20-year-old … Continue reading

Bullies, Victims, Voices

December 17th is Anti-Bullying day and I want to share my experience with bullying and encourage you to share your experiences in the comments section or in your blog. If you write a post, please feel free to also share the link in the comments section. Forgive me for diverging for a moment. I hope … Continue reading

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