In Massachusetts nearly all schools file anti-bullying proposals
from The Boston Globe
Ninety-nine percent of Massachusetts school districts filed bullying-prevention plans with the state by the Dec. 31 deadline — a marked turnaround from nearly two weeks ago when just 60 percent had complied with the mandate. Only six schools — two public, one charter, and three private special education schools — failed to file plans with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as required by the new law that seeks to protect students from bullying in schools and beyond.
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