Kansas officials to students: Tell us how to prevent bullying


State News

August 22, 2019 - 10:39 AM

Students walk to class at a Topeka high school. CHRIS NEAL / FOR THE KANSAS NEWS SERVICE

TOPEKA — Bullying just won’t go away. If anything, the advent of smartphones and social media has made it worse.

That’s forced a conversation on what Kansas schools can do to help. The problem? It’s easier to get adults to weigh in than students.

But for kids and teens out there who have suffered or witnessed bullying online or in person, the state wants you to adults what you think they should know. (And for the record: Parents, teachers and others who deal with bullying, your input is welcome, too.)

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