Educational Resources

The Deal with Religion in Schools

When it comes to public schools there are a few different things that any parent, student, and teacher may come in contact with. Religion is one topic that is often avoided in schools and to better understand why that is, it is important to understand the history of separation of school and religion and a

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All About the Yellow Ribbon Program

With so many brave men and women across seas and in other countries fighting for the freedom that we enjoy, it only stands to reason that a program like the yellow ribbon program would pop up. There are plenty of ways that this program benefits both the men and women that are across seas and

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Interview: The People of BCNY on Understanding Bullying

Shane Mehta is a Mental Health Counsellor at The Boys’ Club of New York.  She has his MA and EdM and serves BCNY ’s Harriman Clubhouse, located in New York’s East Village. She speaks to NoBullying.com about the need to understanding bullying. This particular need of understanding bullying can be a very important factor to fighting bullying.  Understanding Bullying

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Why Consider Talking To Anti Bullying Organizations

Generally when you are faced with a bully you will have to defense yourself in some manner or walk away. This is when you should know more information about why you should consider talking to some of the anti bullying organizations and what you should be looking for in these groups. When you know about

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Jessie Klein on The Bully

Jessie Klein, PHD, MSW, M.Ed. is an Assistant Professor of Sociology/Criminal Justice at Adelphi University. Over the last two decades she also led and administered high school guidance programs. She served as a supervisor, school social worker, college adviser, social studies teacher, substance abuse prevention counselor and conflict resolution coordinator. She talks to Ciaran Connolly about Bullying

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Peggy Lee Explains Bullying in Education

Peggy Lee grew up in Vancouver in a nurturing environment with traditional family values. It is her goal to revisit these values, enhance them with a strong moral compass to round out a solid foundational education. She believes in giving children a structured, nurturing environment to lay a foundation to propel them toward excellence in every

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How To Start Getting Over Depression

Getting over depression is more easily said than done. Millions of people suffer from depression to vary degrees every day. Some individuals deal with clinical depression, the most serious form, while millions of others deal with lesser forms of depression. Regardless of the intensity of your feelings of depression, though, the situation is still very

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Understanding Symptoms of Depression In Teens

Teens are hard to read, it is as simple as that, they may seem happy one moment then angry then utterly depressed. If you feel as if your teen may be suffering from depression it is important to first know a thing or two about the symptoms to look for and how to tactfully deal

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Bully Movie

Bully the Movie (2001) is a Bully Movie based on an adaptation of the true crime book, Bully, A True Story of High School Revenge, by Jim Schutze. It is a story about a group of young adults who plot to get even with the bully making their lives miserable. The film stars Brad Renfro

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What Does Queer Mean?

What Does Queer Mean? “Just because it’s happening and you see it all the time, that doesn’t make its right. If it hurts your feelings, then it’s wrong. If it degrades somebody, humiliates somebody, makes him or her feel small, it’s wrong.” – Rosalind Wiseman The word, “queer,” has been around for centuries. It has

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