Schools, students in Mass. take up anti-bullying efforts amid new law

05/13/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Massachusetts schools and communities are reviewing their policies and preparing programs to educate students, faculty and parents about how to prevent and intervene in school bullying amid a strict new anti-bullying law. One district is assembling a task force that includes educators, law enforcement officials, parents and students to address issues of bullying, while students in another community have launched a group to raise awareness and advocate solutions to bullying.

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