In Efforts Against Bullying, Some School Districts Stand Out

Thursday, August 18, 2016
Boston Globe

Massachusetts requires public schools to have an anti-bullying plan -- the result of a 2010 law passed in reaction to the suicides of two students who reportedly had been victims of bullying. Some school districts stand out, according to experts, who point to places like Newton, Danvers, Weymouth, Brockton, Reading, and Waltham that have taken on bullying in effective ways.

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