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Looking at the future of Anti-Bully Bill of Rights

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New Jersey’s historic Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act has brought profound changes to schools throughout the state. One part of the act established a task force to examine how the law is being implemented – and recommending changes that can impact every school. Now that the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Task Force has issued its preliminary report, school officials can get a sense of changes that may be on the horizon.

Please join host Ray Pinney 12 as he interviews two members of the task force:  Patricia Wright, Ed. M., who chaired the task force and is also executive director of the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, and Dr. Joseph Ricca, superintendent of the East Hanover Township School District.

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