New Jersey Anti-Bullying Law

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Stricter High School Sports Anti-Bullying Rules Taking Hold in N.J.

NJIAA assistant director Larry White says 20 players have been kicked out of football and soccer matches this month for various reasons.


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Stronger Anti-Bullying Rules To Govern Sporting Events at N.J. High Schools

Rules of decorum have always been on the books, but this policy change makes things clearer.


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Governor Christie, Lawmakers Agree To Fix New Jersey’s Anti-Bullying Law

Quick action is expected to tweak New Jersey’s anti-bullying law to address concerns that it creates, in effect, an unfunded mandate on school districts across the Garden State.