N.J. schools deal with new requirements under anti-bullying law

New Jersey's new anti-bullying law is expected to help students who previously may have been afraid to go to school, but some school officials are wary of the law's costs, as well as new reporting requirements for schools and teachers. "I think all our educators want to address bullying, but this law is so intricate and detailed and creates so much responsibility for teachers," said Marcus Rayner, executive director of the New Jersey Lawsuit Reform Alliance. "There are so many ways they can make inadvertent or honest mistakes while trying to do the right thing."

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