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DOE chips away at bullying issue

A multiyear initiative to reduce incidents is showing some progress, officials report

By Mary Vorsino

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 09, 2013

~~<p>A little over a year after the state announced a comprehensive initiative to tackle bullying in schools, Department of Education officials say they have made progress &mdash; but that there's still much more to do.</p>
<p>&quot;Every student deserves and should be respected, honored and valued. We take this very seriously,&quot; DOE Deputy Superintendent Ronn Nozoe told the Board of Education on Tuesday.</p>
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A little over a year after the state announced a comprehensive initiative to tackle bullying in schools, Department of Education officials say they have made progress — but that there's still much more to do.

"Every student deserves and should be respected, honored and valued. We take this very seriously," DOE Deputy Superintendent Ronn Nozoe told the Board of Education on Tuesday. Login for more...



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