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Educators: Some students use being bullied as an excuse

7:40 PM, Aug. 17, 2013
Lisa Quistorf
Lisa Quistorf
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"Bullying" has become a buzzword in today's culture. The problem of students harassing each other is serious enough that it has had deadly consequences elsewhere in the country, but school officials worry that it also has become a scapegoat for other issues.

"You can't take (reports of bullying) lightly but you also have to make sure that it truly is a source of bullying," said Lisa Quistorf, principal at L.B. Clarke Middle School and curriculum director for Two Rivers Public Schools. "Because of media and the access that we have to things that happen all across our nation ... we know that ...

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