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An Anti-Bullying Agreement

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Chris-Håvard Berge via Flickr Creative Commons
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New Hampshire’s anti-bullying law was signed into law in 2010, and was implemented last September. A number of high-profile bullying cases have made the news over the past few years, including the forced-tattooing of a special-needs student at Concord High School.  The Concord Monitor’s Sarah Palermo talked to parents and administrators to see how the state law designed to prevent bullying is faring.

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