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One-off programs — such as guest speakers and school assemblies — are ineffective at addressing the complexities of bullying, says Dorothy Espelage of the University of North Carolina. Some schools are making progress through research-backed programs, including a California middle school that adopted anti-bullying classes and established a framework for bullies, victims and bystanders.

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