NJ Bill Targets Teachers Who Bully

Reprinted from Asbury Park Press

TRENTON — Secret school recordings posted on YouTube by a Cherry Hill father of an adult being caught calling the man’s 10-year-old autistic son “a bastard” may have helped spur an effort to speed the disciplinary process for teachers and other school employees who bully students.

State Sen. Diane Allen, a Burlington County Republican, introduced a bill Thursday to expand anti-bullying laws to cover incidents where teachers are the aggressors.

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