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New graphic novel on restorative practices in school

July 19, 2009

I put it together because our kids need help. There has been a shift
in what our population of parents teaches their kids and in what they
expect schools to teach. Not all schools have been able to keep up with
this demand and therefore, Bully, is created to be a tool for educators. I will repeat—this graphic novel is a tool for educators.

Educators are the experts. They have been pressured to teach our
kids academics for many years now and I think the time has come for the
pendulum to swing back just a bit. What I mean is, now is the time for
educators to also include emotional education in their
curriculum’s—which, I believe will increase academic learning.

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