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To what extent should schools be held responsible for bullying?


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user5502352 March 31, 2014

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Schools may work with the parents but parents take the lead. Bullying has to do with a child's loss of control. It begins from mistreatment at home,older siblings, divorce of parents because they have lost sense of security.


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user5450908 February 14, 2014

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100% I know our Hilliard schools are turning their backs to it.


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jojumolo9 May 7, 2013

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ing about what happen.


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jojumolo9 May 7, 2013

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asked on facebook. The school also says that no students were around. Several news shows say a student was walking on the track when it happen. so the school along with ignoring the bullying,lost a child, doesn't answers parents questions, and is lie


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jojumolo9 May 7, 2013

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The child hung her self on the school bleachers. That could have been prevented if the school did something. The school had a candle lighting not a single teacher or staff member from that school. The School also has been deleting all questions


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jojumolo9 May 7, 2013

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It should take full responsibility for bullying they should punish a child as soon as they are reported. Yeasterday, may 5,13, a death could have been prevented, by McCulloch Juiorn High in Marion Indiana did nothing to to help the child.


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emm0826 April 25, 2013

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IT SHOULD BE A DAILY REMINDER LIKE A MANTRA NO BULLYING AND EXPLAIN THE CONSEQUENCES OVER AND OVER UNTIL THEY GET THE MESSAGE. MOST KIDS GO TO SCHOOL TO LEARN NOT HAVE ANY FEARS...I EXPECT MY CHILD TO BE SAFE WHEN IN SCHOOL..MORE HAS TO BE DONE..


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emm0826 April 25, 2013

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SCHOOLS SHOULD BE HELD 100 % RESPONSIBLE.AT THIS VERY MOMENT THEIR IS BULLYING GOING ON AND NOTHING IS BEING DONE..THEIR SHOULD BE ZERO TOLERANCE GET KICKED OUT OF THE SCHOOL A.S.A.P ITS NOT FAIR THAT A CHILD MY CHILD IS NOT SAFE IN SCHOOL..


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paxx1964 March 21, 2012

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No Tollerence just like no weapons. Words can be a powerful weapon and we all know it. Stop it dead in it's tracks. Send the person home with a note telling the parents that their child can not return until he/she acts responsiblly and does councling


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colleen1234 October 30, 2011

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I believe it should be a 50 50 street with the bulling at the school. The parents are mostly responsible for this going on. The school does need to be more assertive in the punishments to the bullies and not to the persongetting bullied.




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