Duluth schools: High-tech hideouts make bullying hard to overcome
Today's schools might have a tougher time than ever dealing with bullying.
Cyber-bullying and cell-phone texting have added a new dimension to the age-old behavior and have made it easier for kids to attack each other. When such bullying happens outside of school, the effects are felt in hallways and classrooms as students face their bullies, said Gina Kleive, principal of Woodland Middle School.
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