Are School Anti-Bullying Campaigns Working?

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Five years after social outcasts made history at Colorado’s Columbine High School, bullying remains a schoolyard constant – and may be growing, says the Christian Science Monitor. With measures from anti-bullying assemblies to armed guards at school doors, there are growing questions about whether such tactics really prevent bullying or ease students’ fear. Some experts
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