Ganging Up on Bullying Bullying used to be considered an unfortunate rite of passage that was best left to kids to work out. But ever since a Secret Service report linked student shootings to bullying, schools and parents are taking the issue much more seriously. NPR's Vicky Que reports for Morning Edition.
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Ganging Up on Bullying

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Ganging Up on Bullying

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Bullying used to be considered an unfortunate rite of passage that was best left to kids to work out. But ever since a Secret Service report linked student shootings to bullying, schools and parents are taking the issue much more seriously. NPR's Vicky Que reports for Morning Edition.

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