Fla. districts work to reduce bullying, improve student safety

07/27/2014 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

School districts in Florida have placed a priority on teaching students about bullying and have adopted zero-tolerance stances toward the act. While implementing different approaches, officials say that greater education and awareness about the topic has led to improvement and fewer referrals for bullying behavior.

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