Students seek to stop the cycle of bullying
from Post Bulletin
It's not teachers, school administrators or even parents who appear to be having the biggest impact on creating a new environment where bullying becomes unwelcome in southeast Minnesota schools. Rather, it's students themselves who have taken it upon themselves to make a difference on behalf of themselves — and on behalf of their classmates. It's not an easy process. Some area students say they have been teased for their role in peer support groups. Others haven't joined because they fear being mocked. But, increasingly, students on the front lines of the effort against bullying are the ones who can be counted on by classmates for support — and even for improving the school experience overall.
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