by Yasmin Rammohan / Oct 31, 2011
There is a national push to eradicate bullying. Are schools doing enough to combat the problem? Dorothy Espelage, professor and associate chair in Educational Psychology, appeared on Chicago Tonight on October 19 to address the topic.
She also served as a panelist for the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center’s inaugural Exelon Anti-Bullying Forum on October 20 to spur discussion on the issue of bullying and the best practices to support students, teachers and families.
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