N.B. gov't hires co-ordinators to address bullying in schools
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Published Monday, November 19, 2012 3:17PM AST
FREDERICTON -- The New Brunswick government has hired two co-ordinators to oversee bullying awareness and prevention efforts in the province's schools.
Education Minister Jody Carr says there will be one co-ordinator for the English school system and one for French schools.
In a statement, Carr says they will help organize and manage anti-bullying activities in public schools.
He says he encourages students, staff and parents to talk about what can be done to prevent and reduce bullying.
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