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Date Posted: 09:36:04 01/09/18 Tue
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Subject: I think this kind of thing goes on at a feis level as well - strange to see young children with lack of sportsmanship - until you see the parents...it comes from the top down, and it isn't always the school's fault, though some schools seem to foster more competitiveness than others.
In reply to: it's a step for others to follow. 's message, "I don't think the poster is speaking about teachers, but about what goes on between dancers and dancers' families, etc. Know of at least a handful of schools that have bullying codes that they have all sign." on 17:00:24 01/08/18 Mon


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