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Lt. Governor and Attorney General Release 1st Report on Public School Anti-Bullying Compliance

Earlier today, Delaware Lt. Governor Matt Denn and Deputy Attorney General Patricia Dailey Lewis, Director – Family Division, presented “Unfinished Business: Implementation by Delaware Public Schools of the State’s 2012 Anti-Bullying Laws.”




Statewide Cyberbullying Policy Takes Effect

Wilmington – Following a year of fact gathering, lawmaking, statewide hearings, and public comment a statewide school cyberbullying policy championed by Attorney General Beau Biden and Lt. Governor Matt Denn takes effect this week. “Along with the dramatic increase in electronic messaging and social networking among kids, there has been an explosion of cyberbullying in […]




Governor Signs Two Bills to Combat Bullying and Help Protect Our Children

Two bills that implement components to combat bullying were signed by Governor Jack Markell today at George V. Kirk Middle School in Newark. Today’s efforts are the direct result of work done by the Lt. Governor and Attorney General in cooperation with the strong sponsorship of House and Senate Education Chairs Sen. David Sokola and Rep. Terry Schooley.




Anti-Bullying Legislation Wins General Assembly Approval

Proposals from Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor and Education Committee Chairs set to become law   DOVER – A bill that implements a key component of a plan to combat cyber-bullying passed the House of Representatives on Thursday and is headed to the Governor’s desk.   Senate Bill 193, sponsored by Sen. David Sokola and Rep. […]




Anti-Bullying Legislation Wins General Assembly Approval

Proposals from Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor and Education Committee Chairs set to become law DOVER – A bill that implements a key component of a plan to combat cyber-bullying passed the House of Representatives on Thursday and is headed to the Governor’s desk. Senate Bill 193, sponsored by Sen. David Sokola and Rep. Terry Schooley, […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Bullying"

Lt. Governor and Attorney General Release 1st Report on Public School Anti-Bullying Compliance

Earlier today, Delaware Lt. Governor Matt Denn and Deputy Attorney General Patricia Dailey Lewis, Director – Family Division, presented “Unfinished Business: Implementation by Delaware Public Schools of the State’s 2012 Anti-Bullying Laws.”




Statewide Cyberbullying Policy Takes Effect

Wilmington – Following a year of fact gathering, lawmaking, statewide hearings, and public comment a statewide school cyberbullying policy championed by Attorney General Beau Biden and Lt. Governor Matt Denn takes effect this week. “Along with the dramatic increase in electronic messaging and social networking among kids, there has been an explosion of cyberbullying in […]




Governor Signs Two Bills to Combat Bullying and Help Protect Our Children

Two bills that implement components to combat bullying were signed by Governor Jack Markell today at George V. Kirk Middle School in Newark. Today’s efforts are the direct result of work done by the Lt. Governor and Attorney General in cooperation with the strong sponsorship of House and Senate Education Chairs Sen. David Sokola and Rep. Terry Schooley.




Anti-Bullying Legislation Wins General Assembly Approval

Proposals from Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor and Education Committee Chairs set to become law   DOVER – A bill that implements a key component of a plan to combat cyber-bullying passed the House of Representatives on Thursday and is headed to the Governor’s desk.   Senate Bill 193, sponsored by Sen. David Sokola and Rep. […]




Anti-Bullying Legislation Wins General Assembly Approval

Proposals from Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor and Education Committee Chairs set to become law DOVER – A bill that implements a key component of a plan to combat cyber-bullying passed the House of Representatives on Thursday and is headed to the Governor’s desk. Senate Bill 193, sponsored by Sen. David Sokola and Rep. Terry Schooley, […]