A look at the effectiveness of state anti-bullying laws
A study finds that some state laws have helped significantly reduce instances of bullying and cyber-bullying among teens. Researchers found that in states where the laws followed at least one of the Department of Education’s recommendations for anti-bullying policies, teens were 24 percent less likely to report being the victim of bullying and 20 percent less likely to report cyber-bullying. (CBS)
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