Bullying is in the eyes and ears of the beholder | Craig Crawford | TEDxHelena

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What is bullying and what is the frequency that it occurs in our schools? What is at the root of bullying and what can we do to best combat it?

Craig Crawford has been working as an educator for 17 years, a principal for eight years, assistant principal for four years, and a teacher for five years. He was one of six siblings, whose father was a superintendent. Craig has experience working with Pre-K ages through adult education students, and he also teaches at Carroll College. He has been a victim of bullying and works with bullies in his current role. Craig also serves as president of the Helena Kiwanis Club, where he leads youth leadership camps. He is also on the Board of Directors for the Salvation Army and vice-president of the Montana Association of Elementary and Middle School Principals.


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