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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Humber College

Humber College
Toronto - Etobicoke

I hate Humber College, students just like picking on other students and the students that are being picked on started skipping classes cus they're upset which is not surprising, who should be blamed for this crap? The teachers, vice principal and principal for not doing anything about it or caring.

I have already forwarded a copy of this review to news and media organizations.

1 comment:

  1. It is concerning to hear that bullying and harassment are happening at Humber College, and it is even more concerning to hear that school heads are not taking this issue seriously. Bullying and harassment can have serious negative impacts on students' mental health, academic performance, and overall well-being. School heads have a responsibility to create a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students. It is important for them to address and prevent bullying and harassment by implementing clear policies, educating students and staff on the issue, and taking action when incidents occur. Failure to do so can lead to a toxic learning environment and a negative reputation for the school. School heads should prioritize this issue and take immediate action to ensure the safety and well-being of their students.


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