Survey shows principals' frustrations with bullying in schools
Parents who confuse school bullying and normal conflict between classmates is the No. 1 bullying-related frustration reported by Kentucky's principals and assistant principals, according to recent results of a Kentucky Center for School Safety survey.
Although much has been said about what it's like to be a victim of bullying, there hasn't been much data collected about the experience principals have in dealing with it. That's what Jon Akers, the center's director, said motivated the survey.