Usable Knowledge “Your Values Must Be Crystal Clear” A system leader’s views on ending bullying and harassment Posted February 21, 2017 By Usable Knowledge Former superintendent and Harvard Graduate School of Education Professor Deborah Jewell-Sherman offers advice for school leaders to dismantle bullying and create a culture of kindness and inclusion."Bullying and harassment are just not acceptable," says Jewell-Sherman. "And as educators, we are powerful in shifting that narrative." ***We Want to Hear from YouOur country is polarized: How is that showing up in your school? What are you doing to protect students, confront discrimination, prevent bullying, and foster inclusion? Usable Knowledge would like to hear from you. Join us on Facebook and Twitter, using #OneAllHGSE. Send your advice and resources to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll share as much as we can. Read more at One and All. Usable Knowledge Connecting education research to practice — with timely insights for educators, families, and communities Explore All Articles Related Articles Usable Knowledge Stressed Superintendents in a Time of COVID What district leaders need after a few tough years. Usable Knowledge One and All Opening a shared conversation about how educators can protect students from bullying, confront divisions, and foster inclusion. Usable Knowledge A Bully-Free Culture Three actions that will make a difference.