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Most schools have excellent anti-bullying policies. The problem is that they are unenforced. In an effort to protect everyone's so-called "rights", the ACLU has caused a watering down of these protections. A bully should be able to receive a harsh consequence and his/her parents should have absolutely no recourse. There should be alternative schools at the elementary and middle school level just like they have for high schools. By doing this, the regular schools can do what they are supposed to do - educate the kids that are there to learn. Those students shouldn't have to suffer at the hands of the disruptive ones.
April 5, 2011 at 9:25 a.m.
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