Maryland school strives for anti-bullying culture

03/25/2010 | National Public Radio

A Maryland middle school is devoting classroom time to talk about anti-bullying tactics -- instead of calling an occasional assembly on the topic -- by using the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. Urbana Middle School aims to create a no-tolerance culture by teaching students to not bully, help peers who are being bullied and tell an adult if bullying is occurring.

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