Happy 4th of July, Independence Day from Seattle, WA

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Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, and political speeches and ceremonies, in addition to various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. Independence Day is the National Day of the United States.

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What constitutes a small business varies widely around the world. Small businesses are normally privately owned corporations, partnerships, or sole proprietorships. What constitutes “small” in terms of government support and tax policy varies by country and by industry, ranging from fewer than 15 employees under the Australian Fair Work Act 2009, 50 employees according to the definition used by the European Union, and fewer than 500 employees to qualify for many U.S. Small Business Administration programs, although in 2006 there were over 18,000 “small businesses” with over 500 employees that accounted for half of all the employees employed by all “small business”. Small businesses can also be classified according to other methods such as sales, assets, or net profits.

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Alleged Bully Teacher Removed at East, Parents Say More to be Done

A teacher at Cherry Hill East who allegedly bullied her freshman English students is out of the classroom, replaced by a long-term sub, but parents who first brought the concerns to school administrators say the situation still isn’t completely resolved.

Kimberly Real, who parents say insulted her freshman students and used discriminatory and insensitive language in the classroom, was yanked about three weeks ago, more than a month after a group of parents brought their concerns before the school board.

Though it’s a step in the right direction, more remains before they consider the situation closed, they said.

“I think it’s a win, absolutely,” Susan Levy Warner said. “Our children are not being subjected to the harassment and bullying any longer…but it’s not over—it’s not been completely resolved.”

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Noah Kilpatrick, 15, Leaves School After Allegedly Being Bullied By Teachers Over Canadian Heritage

Teachers at this upstate New York private school appear to have some unresolved issues with the United States’ friendly neighbor to the north.

Fifteen-year-old Noah Kilpatrick is finishing the semester at home after enduring relentless bullying about his Canadian heritage, WWNY reports. Surprisingly, it was not the students at Faith Fellowship Christian School in Watertown, N.Y., who took issue with his Ottawa roots, but the school’s principal and a math teacher, he says.

Kilpatrick said that despite his American citizenship, the teachers would taunt him for being born in Canada in front of other classmates. He noted incidents in which the school’s principal –- who doubled as his history teacher –- described Canada as a country full of communists and seal-clubbers, according to the National Post.

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Suspect Charged in Bullying, Duluth Home Invasion

A Duluth man has been arrested and charged in connection with a recent home invasion that involved a 12-year-old victim.

Duluth Police charged Joshua Parrish, 19, with two felonies: false imprisonment and robbery. Jail records indicate that he lives in Duluth, and that he is being held at the Gwinnett County Detention Center without bond.

Parrish apparently turned himself into police late Thursday night, according to WSB-TV.

Parrish began bullying the 12-year-old victim when he got off his school bus, and then forced his way into the boy’s Duluth home, WSB-TV reported earlier this week.

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Bullying of gay boy led parents to sue district

Faggot. Queer. Girl.

That’s what Will Baublit says classmates called him every day in the fifth grade.

They tripped him in the hallway, knocked his books out of his hands, threatened to bust his head open. At a football game, a group beat him up.

The year before, the classmates had been his friends. They’d known one another since the first grade at East Knox Middle School in rural Knox County northeast of Columbus. But in fifth grade, Will revealed that he was gay, and everything changed.

After repeated requests to school administrators to stop the bullying, the family sued the district in federal court. Though the district denied the claims, the lawsuit was settled in the family’s favor.

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When A Public School Becomes the Bully

Happy Mother’s Day 2013

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We expect our schools to keep our children safe from bullies. But what should parents do when their assigned government school becomes the bully?

That’s what happened to the parents of Eileen Parkman, a Hawaiian second-grader who courageously stood up to several fifth-grade boys who were kicking and stomping a defenseless autistic child as he was curled up in the fetal position. The bullies then set their sights on Eileen, whom they threw to the ground and stepped on. The Maui Autism Center gave her an award for her bravery, but the boys continued to hit and kick her and throw balls at her face on several subsequent occasions. School officials at Kamali’i Elementary in Maui were apparently unable to stop the bullying, so Eileen’s parents decided to pull her out of the dangerous environment.

That’s when the school officials became bullies themselves:

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