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Will tougher anti-bullying laws make a difference?


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user5508840 April 5, 2014

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I know for a fact that the Aldine Independent school district does nothing against bullies but they will punish children for standing up against it. I'm so sick of seeing kids get hurt.


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user5484636 March 16, 2014

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I hope so. Schools just turn their heads rather than stand up for kids are brave enough to be different.


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user5450908 February 14, 2014

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yes!! absolutely!! Everyone needs to get involved in this. The staff does not want to get involved and especially if they are involved in sports programs. that seems to be a protected group!


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tash27 February 24, 2013

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SO sad that if the bully is a favorite of the staff and a surprise to them all they will do is cover it up Adult= making better adult decisions they want to argue and hate but not grow up.


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tash27 February 24, 2013

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Only if the bulling laws are implemented into teachers and staff as well to often know people punish good students in fear of the reaction of the bad kids. Bulling that is wrong and done by students is less offensive as bulling done by teachers.


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JoyAnders January 16, 2013

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Yes it would however when a child reports or the parents report to the school officials of bullying they seem to cover up information each time it is bought to higher levels.


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gregoryseiler October 10, 2012

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YES they are needed desperatly I have been bullied all year this year and it has made me fight back and I mean with my fists I feel like no one is helping me or even cares. I keep doing the right thing but it doesn't seem to matter HELP ME PLEASE!!


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MommaRosa7 October 8, 2012

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It would make a difference if we backed it up. It is pointless to have a law & not have administration or staff or anyone back the law up. We have to follow through with it. Practice what we preach.


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momofhaley August 29, 2012

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Anti-bullying laws are a step in the right direction, but the school districts need to be 100% on board in implementing and enforcing these laws. The school districts in Delaware and elsewhere are "required" adopt a policy but accountability ends there.


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skavinskii April 5, 2012

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Lolasun,You right,The office personnel are the biggest bullies.I don't think that we can do anything about it.The higher you go the bigger the bully.




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