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Flickr User Samantha Marx
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Growing Number Of Teens Considering Suicide, CDC Says [AUDIO]

If you're a parent, pay attention to this. Nearly 16 percent of high school students nationwide admitted they have considered suicide in the last year, according to the latest statistics from the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.

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Anti-Bully
Flickr User Working World
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Anti-Bullying Conference Coming to Monmouth County [AUDIO]

While bullying continues to be a major problem, a special conference will bring educators together to figure out ways to combat it once and for all. New Jersey's new Anti-Bullying law is one of the strongest in the entire nation.

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Lennon Baldwin
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Lennon Baldwin Suicide: Charges Filed In Morristown Bullying Case [AUDIO]

Several charges have been filed in the case of 15-year-old Lennon Baldwin, a Morristown High School freshman who committed suicide in March because he was apparently overwhelmed by alleged persistent bullying from three students.

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School Gym
Flickr user: tanjila
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Your Kid Can’t Fight Back

In case you missed it, last night we talked to Melissa Marchetti, the mother of a young man named Aidan who's a junior at Toms River High School South. Aidan is in the middle of a 10 day suspension which goes until Friday, which also means he is not allowed to attend the prom with his girlfriend who is a senior

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Bully movie
Bully (Weinstein Company)
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“Bully” Documentary – Free Screenings Next Week

Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, the lead sponsor of New Jersey's Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights, will be hosting two public screenings next week of the movie "Bully," the first feature documentary fil

Senator Diane Allen and Stuart Chaifetz
SenateNJ.com
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Bully Tenured Teachers Would Be Fired Easier Under NJ Legislation [AUDIO]

By now, most of you have heard about the Cherry Hill Public School District teacher after the incident where audio recordings revealed teachers mocking and swearing at a ten year-old autistic boy.

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Bully Teachers Should Be Fired Pronto, Says NJ Lawmaker [POLL]

After hearing audio recordings of a teacher and an aide mocking and swearing at a ten year-old autistic boy most New Jerseyans feel the teacher should be fired immediately.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Boy Takes Bullying Problem Straight To Governor Christie [VIDEO/POLL]

Bullying took center stage during Governor Christie's latest town hall in Bergen County.

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Sawyer-Rosenstein
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NJ Bully’s Paralyzing Punch Nets $4.2M Settlement

A New Jersey school district has agreed to pay $4.2 million to settle a lawsuit by a middle school student who was paralyzed when a bully punched him in the abdomen.

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Teacher Bullies Student
NBC Phildelphia
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NJ Special Needs Student Bullied By Own Teacher [Video]

Here's video of a New Jersey teacher bullying a special needs student:

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