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VOTE: Was girl who was called a ‘manbeast’ right to get revenge?

A young British girl got revenge on a boy who had bullied her years earlier by writing him a note and leaving it for him when they were supposed to meet. But was it the right decision?

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African-born NJ children being bullied because of Ebola

As fears and concerns about the deadly Ebola virus continue to grow, some American schoolchildren in New Jersey and across the country are bullying and shunning classmates from African countries who live in their communities.

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50-yard line of the Sayreville High School football field (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sayreville scandal increases awareness about bullying

The scandal is making other school districts evaluate their programs and be more aware of potential bullying.

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The entrance to Sayreville War Memorial High School (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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Expert: NJ hazing incidents grossly underreported

Anti-bullying advocates in New Jersey believe intimidation, bullying and hazing in school and sports programs is much more prevalent than you might think.

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Parents urged to discuss bullying with kids

With another school year about to begin, New Jersey parents are being encouraged to sit down with their kids and talk about bullying.

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A Solution to Cyber Bullying [POLL]

While New Jersey tries to find ways to combat bullying with time consuming anti-bullying laws, Ohio is handling the matter a little bit differently.

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Gov. Chris Christie speaks during his April 9 town hall meeting in Fairfield.
(David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ) Gov. Chris Christie speaks during his April 9 town hall meeting in Fairfield.
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What’s the Best Way to Stop Bullying? [AUDIO]

New Jersey has one of the most comprehensive anti-bullying laws in the nation, but Gov. Chris Christie believes the best way to stop the behavior is for students to get involved and stand up to bullies.

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Can Bullying Actually Be Stopped? [POLL]

A new court case proposes the question of whether or not bullies and their parents can be brought into bullying lawsuits. 

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NJ Schools Add Alleged Bullies to Lawsuit

A New Jersey judge has ruled that a school district can try to make the families of alleged bullies pay if the district is held liable in a negligence lawsuit.

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Study: Harm Lasts Long After Bullying Ends [AUDIO]

Addressing bullying immediately is the best way to prevent long-term health effects in victims, according to a recent study in the March issue of Pediatrics.

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