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TC's Sealey-Ruiz Says Schools Are Powerless Places for Adolescents

Sealey-Ruiz, a specialist in culturally responsive teaching, told Spot.us that bullying is often an attempt to get power and respect. Bullying becomes a means of "trying to get power and ultimately gain respect-'"particularly for students of color in a place that least respects who they are."
Sealey-Ruiz, a specialist in culturally responsive teaching, told Spot.us that bullying is often an attempt to get power and respect. Bullying becomes a means of “trying to get power and ultimately gain respect—particularly for students of color in a place that least respects who they are.”

Link: Are You Picking On Me?

Published Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011

TC's Sealey-Ruiz Says Schools Are Powerless Places for Adolescents

Sealey-Ruiz, a specialist in culturally responsive teaching, told Spot.us that bullying is often an attempt to get power and respect. Bullying becomes a means of “trying to get power and ultimately gain respect—particularly for students of color in a place that least respects who they are.”

Link: Are You Picking On Me?

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