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This year’s theme is, “The End of Bullying Begins with Me” and there are several things that you can do to help promote awareness and to decrease the incidents of bullying in your neighborhood schools and in your community. Unity Day … Continue reading →
By Liz Carey, Nikie Mayo ANDERSON — A Clemson University professor says bullying in schools is not any worse now than it was years ago, but more people are paying attention to it and its effects on students’ mental health. … Continue reading →