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School Bullying / New Jersey #1006519

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 07, 2011
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Annandale, New Jersey: Chris Jansing) New Jersey’s tough new rules that mandate zero tolerance for school bullying examined; map shown of states with anti-bullying policies; details recalled about the suicide of Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi††. [3 high school STUDENTS – comment on being bullied.] [North Hunterdon High School assistant principal Richard BERGACS†- says there are consequences.] [New Jersey Assn. of School Administrators Richard BOZZA†- says every time there is a societal problem it ends up at the schoolhouse.] [Guidance counselor Kristin BARATTA††- says nobody should feel intimidated.]

Smith, Harry;
Jansing, Chris

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