Public hearings take aim at bullying

The first in a series of public hearings addressing the problem of bullying starts this morning in Wilmington.
 Today’s meeting at the Carvel State Office Building in downtown Wilmington is designed to gather input from school administrators and parents about activity that happens off-campus that ends up disrupting schools.  The hearings are part of a statewide effort led by Lt. Governor Matt Denn and Attorney General Beau Biden to combat cyberbullying in Delaware schools.  

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