Clinton unveils anti-bullying plan for schools

Reema Khrais Oct 28, 2016
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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally with first lady Michelle Obama at Wake Forest University on Thursday in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Clinton unveils anti-bullying plan for schools

Reema Khrais Oct 28, 2016
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally with first lady Michelle Obama at Wake Forest University on Thursday in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Bullying has been a big problem in schools for a long time. But teachers say the the ugliness of the election has made things worse. Today, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will outline a proposal to dole out $500 million in federal funding to states that agree to develop anti-bullying programs. The funds would pay for things like school guidance counseling, social workers and an expansion of suicide prevention and mental health programs in high schools. How effective are such campaigns?

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