Examining alternative policies to deal with the problem of bullying
A written summary of alternative policy #1
A) The first policy for bullying in Hawaii is Chapter 19.
B) This policy was proposed by the Department of Education (DOE).
C) This policy was released in 2011.
D) There were no disadvantages. The advantages were that schools are on board and respond accordingly. Schools created programs to help victims of bullying and chapter 19 also refers to cyber bullying. This policy is more so about discipline.
A written summary of alternative policy #2
A) Another policy found was the House Bill 688, also known as the "Safe Schools Act".
B) DOE also launched this policy statewide.
C) This policy has been launched in 2011.
D) Advantages is that this policy is improving schools monitoring and reporting bullying. Although, this policy is a guiding principal for education reform.
This graph shows the amount of kids being bullied over the years in different grades. Obviously bullying decreased from 2003-2005 but increased from 2005-2006. However, high school students experience more bullying than middle or elementary. We chose this graph because it shows the importance of bullying that the happen in all grade levels.
This is a picture of two young elementary girls getting along. This is an example of how safe kids can be when the Chapter 19 or the " Safe Schools Act " is being enforced. It can bring our community together and bullying and decrease again. We chose this picture because it shows that bullying can be stopped by the "Safe Schools Act'' being enforced.
Not only kids at the same age bully each other, but older aged kids bully younger kids. This is a picture showing a teenager bullying a little kids half his size. This is also an example of physical bullying. We chose this picture because it shows an example of physical bullying and we thought it looked nice because it was a cartoon picture.
(n.d.). Retrieved November 26, 2014, from http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=bullying&s...
1) This picture was published in 2013.
2) This is important because it provides pictures about our problem of bullying.
3) This source has authority because it explains what types of bullying occurs and it gives us pictures.
4) This source is reliable because it also shows video links about bullying.
5) This picture exists because it shows an example of how bullying can be.
(n.d.). Retrieved November 26, 2014, from http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=graphs of bullying in schools&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CAcQjRw&url=http://mchb.hrsa.gov/chusa12/hs/hsa/pages/b.html&ei=vjp2VMz6E87hoATs3YCoCA&bvm=bv.80642063,d.cGU&psig=AFQjCNG4uKIc2WSrx7
1) This graph was published in 2007.
2) This is important because it provides information about bullying happening in elementary, middle school, and high school.
3) This source has authority because it shows that bullying can happen in any grade level.
4) This source is reliable because it also shows other links about bullying.
5) This graph exists because it shows data about bullying.
Hawaii DOE | Anti-Bullying Work. (n.d.). Retrieved November 26, 2014, from http://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/BeyondTheClass...
1) This picture was published in 2012.
2) This is important because it provides data about bullying.
3) This source has authority because it also shows links to websites about bullying.
4) This source is reliable because it shows many facts.
5) This exists because it shows a picture about bullying.
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