"We are encouraged
that we continue to observe a reduction in bullying, but are still
concerned that bullying is a part of the fabric of students' everyday
life," said Alane Fagin, executive director of CAPS. "We're pleased to
see that students are less likely to ignore bullying when they see it
and more likely to speak to an adult at school when they see a classmate
being bullied. Students and adults are stepping up to intervene and
prevent bullying in their schools."
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