Recently, Team Rainbow Rabbit has been posting stories involving young children and high school kids being bullied at school.
Last week, there was an online petition started by parents unsatisfied that nothing was being done to stop the bullying taking place at a Florida school. The impact bullying has on a child’s education has also been a recent topic of discussion.
Much of this comes back to the simple fact that anti-bullying programs are not being taught to students at a young age, and teachers are not adapt to handling these situations the best way they can.
This could apply to the Los Angeles school district, where a recent survey proved that bullying was heavily prevalent among grade school and high school students in 2016.
Earlier this week, we posted an article relating to where the highest incidents of bullying are taking place.
This recent article pertains to a young bullied teen who committed suicide—which some are saying is attributed to his work manager. Apparently, bullying is not uncommon in the district where the teen went to school, yet school leaders did not respond to complaints.
This is another reason why the Rainbow Rabbit stresses that our programs are necessary at a young age before it’s too late to teach tolerance and acceptance among young children.