ConnecticutPlus.com (Hartford, CT) August 5, 2011
"On August 10, 2011, Connecticut parents, students, teachers, administrators, and school board members will meet at the state capitol to discuss the consequences of discriminatory bullying in Connecticut schools and to propose positive solutions. Participating in the event will be school climate and bullying consultants to the Department of Education, Connecticut state legislators, attorneys from the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, and the Program Manager from the Governor’s Prevention Partnership.
The conference also provides parents of students who have been bullied and students who have faced bullying in school the opportunity to speak out and share their experiences." Read More