Why is bullying so openly tolerated in schools? Don’t they realize when you let a kid be a bully, the little s*** grows up into an adult bully?

Answered Dec 29, 2019

Just look at the priorities, both individual and institutional.

  • A school is, by definition, dealing with children and adolescents. The adults that they become are irrelevant. Because those adults are long gone from the school.
  • The individual staff are there primarily to collect a paycheque for a job. The money may be fixed, with them wanting to minimise the effort and stress involved.
  • Some staff may, themselves be bullies. Against their colleagues, their acquaintances, their spouses, and their own children. They think bullying is cool.
  • Some staff may be the target of bullies. Such as their colleagues, their acquaintances, their spouses, and their own children.
  • Some staff are also the target of those school bullies. And aren’t empowered by their employer to do anything about it.
  • Generally, empathy is severely lacking in all parts of society.

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