By Nicholas Carlisle
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 System from founder Nicholas Carlisle. Participating schools will receive the full series of leadership coaching and staff training contained in the No Bully School Partnership.
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.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. It comes on the heels of the latest UNICEF report tracking violence against children worldwide. Hidden in Plain Sight is a sobering overview of the many ways that we inflict violence on the young. It is also a timely reminder that adult and peer to peer abuse (bullying) are a global phenomenon.
In their book The Spirit Level Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson present a compelling argument, supported by national and international statistics, that a wide range of social ills (e.g. homicide, obesity, drug use, mental illness, anxiety, teenage pregnancies, high school dropouts and school bullying) are correlated with and seemingly caused by one thing: the growing income gap between the richest and the poorest.
In September 2014 we interviewed Richard Wilkinson, Emeritus Professor at the University of Nottingham, England.
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, respect, benevolence, compassion, courtesy, integrity, harmony, balance and wisdom) and a commitment to preparing its students to enter the leading global colleges and universities and take their place as world citizens.
San Francisco, Calif. A report released this week shows that San Francisco Bay Area schools that partnered with San Francisco-based non-profit No Bully were able to stop or significantly improve 100% of bullying incidents in the 2013-2014 school year.