Monday’s Morning Zone: Frosty, Bullying and Cindy Hill
7:07AM MDT: World traveler, author and columnist, Frosty Wooldridge continues his series on the long term consequences of immigration and over-population.
8:07PM MDT: Dr. Susan Porter poses the question, "Has Bully Prevention Gone too Far?" At least 44 states have anti-bullying laws on the books and six of those, including New Jersey and Massachusetts, have language that specifically mention “cyber bullying.” And, a new California bill pending in the State Senate would allow school officials to suspend and expel students for cyber bullying off school grounds. Are we overusing the “bully” label by including being unfriendly, social exclusion, and name- calling?
8:37PM MDT: P. G. Callahan says 90% of 4th–8th Graders Report Being Bullied: How Do We Stop This Problem?
9:07AM MDT: State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill id back for her regular monthly update on what's happening with the legislative investigation and how is it effecting public education in Wyoming.