school-violence prevention program

One-fifth of L.A. public high school students said they'd been bullied last year   Alijah Haggins, 13, yells "hello" during a school-violence prevention program last week at Eagle Rock High School. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times) Add fighting to bully, to the long list of priorities for which the nation’s second-largest school system has good intentions but sluggish follow-through. One in 5 Los Angeles high school students and 1 in 4 elementary students said they had been bullied last school year, according to a survey conducted as part of a newly released internal audit.   As for efforts to curb bullying, at one campus, the person in charge of handling bullying complaints was “not aware that she was appointed for this role,” the report says. And although schools were supposed to keep bullying…
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