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  • School stabbing has critics asking if de Blasio’s anti-bullying programs are effective

    Sep 29, 2017

    09.28.2017 | NY1 | Mayor Bill de Blasio and his schools chancellor have vowed to stamp out bullying in schools, spending $47 million a year on mental health and other programs to make schools kinder, gentler and more supportive places. However, revelations that bullying may have triggered Wednesday’s deadly stabbing in a Bronx school are raising new questions about how effective those programs are, and whether they are reaching every school. View segment