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Proposed bullying bill would create fines for teachers

8:31 PM, Mar. 20, 2013
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Teachers and other school district employees would face $200 fines if they fail to report bullying incidents under a bill being circulated by a Republican lawmaker.

But some school advocates worry the bill would have unintended consequences.

"I think it creates incentives in the wrong directions," said Dan Rossmiller, director of government relations for the Wisconsin Association of School Boards. ...

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