Delaware report: School anti-bullying compliance spotty

Friday, February 21, 2014

Most public school districts are complying with new state laws aimed at battling bullying, but fewer than half of charter schools have adopted new cyberbullying rules.

And some schools are not sufficiently reporting incidents of bullying to parents, according to a report released by Lt. Gov. Matt Denn and the state Attorney General's Office.

The report looks at how schools are implementing laws passed in 2012 that placed more responsibility with schools for battling cyberbullying and strengthened requirements for reporting incidents to parents and the state.

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