The debate "Teachers don't do anything about bullys in elementary" was started by
April 26, 2016, 3:35 pm.
16 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 12 people are on the disagree side.
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dalton7532 posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
RedFox, Iran1998, ReadyToBegin, dalton7532, QueenQuirks, RyanWakefield, Razor, ProudAmerican888, Marvelgirl2002 and 7 visitors agree.
sagitario, ImissReagan, quietsoul, juanwels and 8 visitors disagree.
Teachers do nothing about bullying. It is sad. Teachers won't let you do anything about it either. Well, not all teachers are bad at handling these situations, but a vast majority are. That is all I have to say.
He is right. You can't classify an entire group of people the same. However it seems that private schools take it much more seriously.
I wouldn't put all the teachers into one accusation, but there are some who don't do anything and some who do. Regarding those that don't do anything, a reason I would see behind that is ineffective training on how to deal with conflict resolution in youth. However, if you don't know how to deal with conflict among children, then you should hold off on applying for teaching jobs at all. Teachers alone, though, can only do so much. Bullies get their behaviour from home in most cases, so usually the parents are the first people to do anything about it before they even leave home to be under teacher care. School administration and the community should also step up to the plate in focusing on bullies and the effects of it on youth.