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Will tougher anti-bullying laws make a difference?


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EthanJohnStach August 11, 2010

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YES I do


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katiearies3 July 17, 2010

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in my school, it doesnt really make a diference. but what did make a difference was having rewards. for instance, every twenty days we have a special party students who havnt gotten any refferals can participate in during lunch time


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abovetheclouds June 4, 2010

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Without the laws, I'm afraid it would be even worse. But bullying seems to be so insidious. Bullies know how to fly below the radar so well. This problem is so hard to deal with, leaving the situation seems to be the only way out.


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ShawnaC May 21, 2010

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Read MagnetMom's response. She is correct.


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ShawnaC May 21, 2010

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It's the parents of the bully who raised their kid to be like that.


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ShawnaC May 21, 2010

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No. This law like many others are going to broken. Just because it's a law isn't going to make a kid not be a bully. What are we going to do, suspend the bully? Expel? Jail? Please, having a law isn't going to cause less bullying.


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BAYJOY May 9, 2010

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yes in the schoos these day ey wreally dont inforce it or do many tig to it


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pete2010 May 9, 2010

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Yes. But the most important is that teachers straight and clear inform the students about the laws and what happens to them if they break them.


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happyathome May 8, 2010

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No. I've watched a boy get bullied & tortured daily in Bridgewater schools, which are highly rated & "blue ribbon." Officials hide behind paper & laws


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cyfoodchina May 7, 2010

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Yes, because it sends clear messege to the bullies that their behaviors are wrong and not allowed, it can also educate some adults.




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