New Zealand schools asked to take tougher stance on bullying

04/5/2011 | New Zealand Herald, The

New Zealand's Minister of Education Anne Tolley asked the country's secondary schools to take a more active roll in curbing bullying among students during a recent meeting with principals. Officials also sent a letter to schools detailing their concerns. The education ministry is planning to release new guidelines that give schools greater powers to search students for drugs or weapons.

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