Posts Categorized: civility

WHAT’S HAPPENING TO OUR CULTURE, OUR FAMILIES, OUR CHILDREN? THE CASE OF KAREN HUFF KLEIN

Posted by & filed under American youth, bullying, civility, culture, Education, Karen Huff Klein.

TweetShare This is why, when I was teaching High School, I was so enraged by the endless nonsense about how it was supposedly my job to “engage” the students, to make the classroom more “interesting”, so they would be “happy”, and please study, please stop fooling around, please pay attention. Our kids aren’t falling behind kids…
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BULLYING: CIVILITY BEGINS AT HOME

Posted by & filed under American Culture, Anderson Cooper, bullying, business ethics, civility, etiquette, Jay Remer.

Tweet Share A Guest Post by Jay Remer Autumn is upon us and with the beginning of this season comes a return to school for students, a renewed energy in the workplace with summer holidays behind us, and the end of the extensive summer vacation for government. With everyone raring to go, there are bound…
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