If you were an educator, and you knew one of your students was bullying another child, what would you do to address it?
Would you punish the bully?
A coach in North Carolina is learning the hard way that "punishment" for bullying is not the correct course of action.
DURHAM, Conn. (WTNH) — A football coach has been fired after punishing a child for bullying one of his teammates.
Kennedy says he'd first talked to the entire team about bullying, but when he'd heard that it happened again, he addressed the alleged bully in front of the team last week. The boy denied it, but Kennedy had him run a few laps around the field. Kennedy says afterward he praised the boy for running the laps without complaining.
What do you think? Did the coach take the right course of action?