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How do I force a school to address the bullying and vandalism that has always existed there?

My daughter's school has a horrible problem with bullying, vandalism, and every other behavioral problem imaginable. The school and school district insist on taking a "tell me about your feelings approach" to dealing with the problem. The bullies use intimidation and physical violence as well as writing intentionally embarrasing comments about certain students on fences and playground equipment. I believe the problem should be put squarely on the shoulders of the parents many of whom I know personally to be bullies in their jobs and neighborhoods.

Asked By: Charlie - 11/18/2009
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I agree with you a hundred percent and I share your frustration... More
Answered By: Truth Hurts - 11/18/2009
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You could always threaten them with a lawsuit to kick things into overdrive. It's negligence if the school is aware of the problem and does nothing.
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Answered By: drain_deimos - 11/18/2009
 
I dont know about the other two but for the bullying you could make a short presentation or video about what can happen. You didn't specify your daughter's age but if she is 12+ you could do a video with herself and some of her friends documenting the bullying of a child and then what could happen when they go home (... More
Answered By: Rebecca-Leigh - 11/18/2009
 
First do not seek to FORCE them to address the problem. Rest assured the staff , the teachers, custodians , principals share your concern and the students too. You might lead by example. If you see that vandalism has occurred to the exterior of the school go forth yourself and without speaking to anyone about it... More
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Answered By: Edd S - 11/18/2009
 
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