Education and Bullying in New Jersey

Monday, August 15, 2011

John Mooney, education writer and co-founder of, discusses the new Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights and how No Child Left Behind waivers will affect New Jersey.


John Mooney

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rh from NYC area

Bullying legislation has to be tempered with basic rights to free speech and expression. The Tyler Clementi case at Rutgers has recently revealed that both the victim and the accused were making derogatory and discriminatory comments about each other to their friends, and to each other.

Money and time would be better spent on teaching human decency through requiring social skills groups at public schools.

Aug. 15 2011 07:28 PM

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