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Noon Edition: Bullying In Indiana Schools

Noon Edition guest Bill Voors is talking with fellow guest David Estelle following the program.

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Noon Edition guest Bill Voors is talking with fellow guest David Estell following the program.

This week on Noon Edition, we discussed the issue of bullying in schools. On the panel: Midwest Bullying Prevention Project Director Bill Voors and IU Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology Professor David Estell. You can share your thoughts on the program by leaving us a comment.

  • Chris

    Considering that a great deal of bullying takes place in schools. Then add to that this modern era of over testing quotas and even more recent the downsizing of educational personnel (teachers) you give children even less of a chance of being noticed or heard in regards to being bullied. There are just so many things taking place in an elementery classroom setting that a teacher won't often be able to recognize this sort of thing unless the victim comes forth with the issue which is not such a common occorence with child victims of bullying.


    Chris Easton

  • Bill

    That's right, Chris. Our goal with the Midwest Bullying Prevention Project is to provide the help schools need even in these tough economic times.
    Bill Voors

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