GLENVIEW, IL — Bullying prevention programs in Glenview public schools received mixed reviews in an informal survey of Patch readers. The unscientific sampling of self-identified respondents who said their children attend schools provided anecdotal feedback about how parents feel administrators are doing in countering the menace of bullying in elementary and high schools in Glenview. Several parents of students at Glenbrook high schools said administrators are part of the bullying problem. “The administration contributes to the problem. Teachers, who see behavior daily, conveniently ignore when student on student. I believe most don’t want to get involved. Next, the administration is guilty of bullying as well. Inappropriate comments about students in front of other students. Staff not training to handle each student scenario with care and kindness. Taking care of simple administrative tasks with the administration has been unnecessarily confrontational at times — without justification,” one respondent said. “Parents are also guilty or exhibiting completely inappropriate behavior in front of THEIR kids as well as other students. I have witnessed parental misconduct when picking up my student at the end of the day. I believe the bullies are generally learning these behaviors from their immediate family.” In an interview, one district… Read full this story
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