School grounds only.
Up to the time the student(s) get home.
Anytime, anything, anywhere.
No what I'm saying is that if nothing happened in school it's the parent's responsibility to deal with it not the schools. The school's role in this case is to inform the parents and to remind them of the consequences to their child should the behavior occur on school property.
I agree with your sentiment regarding protecting bullied kids - though I'd couple that with teaching the bullied how to effectively deal with the problem because they will face it in adult life. I do think we can draw workable lines in terms of responsibility to dealing with the behavior.
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The only sanctioned discipline actions that would be acceptable for the school to do on thier own without parental permission is detention and in school suspension (IE make student sit in office all day reading thier text books depending on the period they are suppose to be in). And even then the parent could override.
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Both government(school), society, and parents must be involved as much as possible, but NOT micro-managing..
Bullying is serious - reveals many problems...as to the why...these things must be nipped in the bud, but carefully and fairly.
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I understand what you're saying. What I'm saying is there's no on/off switch and that what happens at home carries over to school and vice versa.
school property and buses...but those bulling kids better watch out .. after awhile the kids being bullied get tired of it and someone may get hurt...