Illinois gets ‘A-’ grade for bullying laws
Although the state gets high marks for its bullying prevention efforts, some argue that laws fall short of protecting schoolchildren.
The Bully Police, a national watchdog organization that reports states’ anti-bullying laws, gives Illinois an A- rating.
The high grade means that Illinois meets much of the criteria for successful bullying prevention laws according to the organization’s standards, said Brenda High, founder of the Bully Police.
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