It's our worst nightmare as parents. Your kid is being teased or picked on at school. Or perhaps your kid is accused of being a bully. A one time offender is not really a bully. But, what is a bully then? J. Richard Knapp, a former school principal, tells us about how he defines bullying. It's so tempting to just delegate the problem of bullying at the school, but are they the only ones responsible for solving the problem? J.Richard Knapp shares his thoughts on what parents should do to prevent bullying at school and what they are responsible for in solving the problem.
J. Richard Knapp
J. Richard Knapp is an American author from Roseburg, Oregon. Educated at Boise State University and the University of Oregon, he worked as an elementary teacher and princip...Find out more »