Laws Against Bullying Put Pressure on Schools

by Allacyn - Feb 15, 2011


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More than 42 states have laws against bullying and many other states are working on legislature, putting pressure on schools and teachers to address these issues and start programs to prevent bullying. The fact is that the change has to take place at the school level and that starts by educating students.

Bullying is serious and it can lead to a lot of serious problems in schools. Bullying has been attributed as the root of suicides, school shootings, and many other violent actions. There have been a lot of high profile cases lately dealing with bullying in schools and this has also added to the pressure being put on schools to make changes and make them now.

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One Response to “Laws Against Bullying Put Pressure on Schools”

  1. By John on Mar 8, 2011 | Reply

    Every school should have a bully prevention/intervention program. It needs to be reinforced and used by the entire school community throughout the school year.

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