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'Talking To A Wall': How NYC Schools Failed Bullied Kids

10.28.2018 | Patch.com |  School staff sometimes fail to nip bullying in the bud, minimizing small incidents that grow into more harmful patterns of behavior, said Dawn Yuster of Advocates for Children of New York, an education advocacy group. And even though kids may be suspended or otherwise punished, the schools sometimes don't do enough to address the problem, Yuster said. "A lot of times principals and schools don't really know what to do to stop it," said Yuster, the director of AFC's School Justice Project. "… They will try different things but they're not effective and they don't really know the best strategies to use to address it." Read article