Thank you for the story “Performance of principal sparks debate,” however, parents are focusing on a narrow target. People may think that by changing one principal’s position, our district bully problems are solved. Not so.
It’s deeply-rooted — often racial — and it creates a chain reaction. Frustrations from one situation fester into an overreaction to the next. Kids bully kids. Administrators bully subordinates. Parents and students bully teachers. And teachers bully students and paren...
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