An anti-bullying climate improves school discipline

11/4/2003 | Washington Post, The

Emphasis on academic achievement and dwindling budgets are compelling schools to scale down their anti-bullying programs, despite evidence that the time-consuming workshops are effective. Experts say that conveying zero tolerance on bullying in a meaningful way requires buy-in from the entire school staff.

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