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Board of Education reacts to increased bullying numbers

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Board of Education reacts to increased bullying numbers

Board of Education reacts to increased bullying numbers

The 2017 Idaho Youth Risk Behavior Survey shows one in four Idaho kids are bullied, but it’s something the state is working on.

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Board of Education reacts to increased bullying numbers

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2 inside these schools... one in four kids could be a victim of bullying.

2 18:25 i think it's a great topic to bring more attention to.

(5) 2 it's something the state is working on.

2 a couple years ago... new legislation beefed up punishments for bullying and mandated district employees be trained for knowing when they see it.

2 that's part of why debbie critchfield thinks this years' numbers are up... there's an increase, but there's also more awareness.

2 2 20:08 perhaps the numbers aren't so much a reflection of new cases of bullying, but maybe we're just more aware of it therefore students and teachers are reporting it more than they have been in the past (11) 2 ?nats of psa?

2 the state department of education released this psa this fall.

2 they're trying to show how serious they are about fixing the problem.

2 the state board said they want to make their kids feel safe.

2 25:04 bullying is always at the top of the list of concerns with parents and safe schools are at the top of the list of concerns for school districts (9) 2 critchfield said the goal is to get bullying numbers down to zero... but she doesn't know when that will happen.

2 she said they just want to see a decrease year after year.

2 to help with that... they want your help.

2 if you know of bullying at your kid's school... let them know.

2 amy reid, kmvt local eleven news.

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