10,000 Educators Weigh in on Hate and Bullying in Schools Since the Election

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By Broadly on 11/29/2016

"...The survey was made available to members of Teaching Tolerance, a project of the SPLC that aims to diminish hate and prejudice in education and provide "equitable school experiences" to all young people. The survey was reportedly also distributed through a number of other national education organizations, including Facing History and Ourselves, Teaching for Change, Not in Our Schools, the American Federation of Teachers and Rethinking Schools. ..."

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Why It’s Dangerous To Claim Domestic Violence ‘Spikes’ Over The Holidays

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By The Huffington Post on 12/13/2016

"...It’s a claim boldly asserted in local news stories each year: Domestic violence spikes during the holiday season. On the surface, the concept sounds plausible enough ― for many people, holidays are associated with family tension, crowded homes and copious amounts of alcohol. It follows that violence might increase under such stressful circumstances. ..."

Read the entire article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/domestic-violence-holidays_us_58406b43e4b017f37fe35634

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