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March 23rd, 2011

Kids say lost Orange teen was bullied
Bethany, Conn (WTNH) - There's still no sign of 13-year-old Isabella Oleschuk, the seventh grader from Orange who was reported missing Sunday morning. The FBI has now joined in the search. Troubling details are emerging about Oleschuck's life at school.

Anti-Bullying Bills Get Hearing In Texas Senate
A bill proposed by Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, would change the state’s current practice of sending a bullying victim to another school, moving the aggressor elsewhere instead. The legislation also requires school officials to be trained to identify bullying signs and learn effective response methods.

Anti-bullying bill could change local school culture
AUSTIN — A Texas House anti-bullying bill heavily focused on a growing number of cyberbullying cases could bring drastic changes in the way bullying cases are handled in public school districts throughout the state.

Students, Teachers Rally To Support Anti-Bullying Legislation
OKLAHOMA CITY – Students and teachers from across Oklahoma gathered at the State Capitol to support legislation designed to put an end to bullying. House bill 1461 adds law enforcement to the list of groups that should be involved in creating a school's anti-bullying policy.

An Introduction to the Massachusetts Law on Bullying
In light of recent incidents involving bullying in schools in Massachusetts and all over the country, Governor Deval Patrick signed an anti-bullying bill into law on May 3, 2010 making Massachusetts the 42nd state to pass such a law.  a school.”



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