State bullying council to meet WednesdayOctober 15,2012State bullying council to meet
The state Education Departmentís Harassment, Hazing and Bullying Prevention advisory council will hold its second meeting from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday in the UVM Room at the Howard Dean Center at 307 South St. in Springfield.
This meeting is open to the public.
The council will work on developing process and outcome goals and action steps for the top three priority issues: pre-service and in-service training for staff as well as training for students and parents; student leadership programs that support anti-bullying, anti-harassment efforts; and improving data collection systems for reporting incidents of bullying, hazing, and harassment.
Information about the Commissionerís Harassment, Hazing, and Bullying Prevention Advisory Council is available online at http://education.vermont.gov.
For more information, call Tracey Tsugawa, council chair, at 828-2493 or email@example.com.MORE IN This Just In
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