Bullying Cited in First NYC School Killing in 20 Years

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After a teenager was charged with killing another student in a New York City public school for the first time in more than 20 years, principals and parents grappled with the hazards of what appeared to be a bullying problem, the Wall Street Journal reports. Some educators reinforced the message that harassment can happen anywhere and students must be vigilant. Police said . . .

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