October 3, 2013
'160,000 Kids Stay Home From School Each Day to Avoid Being Bullied'

An astounding, alarming, and basically false statistic.
Read more. [Image: Danny Moloshok/Reuters]

'160,000 Kids Stay Home From School Each Day to Avoid Being Bullied'

An astounding, alarming, and basically false statistic.

Read more. [Image: Danny Moloshok/Reuters]

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  14. youngman06 said: Why not promote empowerment to victims and potential victims of “bullying,” equipping them with tools to defend themsleves? Addressing the “bully” only doesn’t solve the problem.
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    Down with tainting important conversations with incendiary numbers.
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