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Monday, April 30, 2007

KS Legislature wants more anti-bullying programs

The Kansas Legislature has passed a new bill requiring schools to offer anti-bullying programs, though the Journal-World's story doesn't get too much into the specifics, regarding how often it has to be offered, etc. The goal is to teach bullies to be more sympathetic and the picked-upon to have better "resiliency skills."

Proponents also say this might prevent school violence, since a lot of school shooters are students who've been bullied.


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