Month: November 2014

Why I support No Bully

Richard S. Milstein is a Massachusetts attorney and founding director of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.  Committed to public and community service, Dick was instrumental in co-founding WGBY, the WGBH-affiliated public television station in western Massachusetts.  We interviewed him at his home in Boston. Why do you care how people treat each other? I was raised that way.  My parents knew firsthand what … Continued

Students in Hong Kong create a No Bully school

Students at ISF assemble in support of their No Bully week The Independent Schools Foundation Academy (“ISF”) is a leading independent school in Hong Kong serving students from Kindergarten through to Grade 12.  ISF has always been about more than academic success.  At the centre of its school life are the eight virtues plus one (commitment, … Continued

How inclusive is your school?

By Nicholas Carlisle   I returned last week from Honolulu where I had been asked to lead a workshop on bullying and disability. This is an enormous issue across the US for two reasons. First, the number of students with disability is significant and is growing: one in six children born today has some form of … Continued

No Bully Utah Pilot 2015

No Bully announced today that Utah schools will have the opportunity to participate in a No Bully pilot program in the 2015-2016 school year.  The No Bully Utah Pilot was launched at the Utah Multicultural Commission’s Youth Leadership Summit in October 2014 where teachers and students had a chance to learn about the No Bully … Continued

Quilt against Bullycide

cj grossman is an art activist.  Her quilt against bullycide will be displayed at the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park every Friday night in November 2014 (November 7, 14, 21 and 28) from 6:30pm – 8:30pm and Sunday, November 30th from 12 noon to 5pm. For a few years I had been thinking of doing … Continued