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Since my last column on "In School Bullying", quite a bit has happened in the news, and it is not good. Nationwide, eighty-four more teens have taken their lives do to bullying. The most recent was the most tragic because of the circumstances. When 14 year old Jack Winchster, of Buffalo, New York, committed suicide, the nation read in horror about how the school administration ignored months of bullying. ​

Even though Jack Winchester confided to multiple teachers on several occasions, none of them seemed to help. Those teachers are now under investigation of negligence and possible loss of their teaching licenses.

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Since my last column on "In School Bullying", quite a bit has happened in the news, and it is not good. Nationwide, eighty-four more teens have taken their lives do to bullying. The most recent was the most tragic because of the circumstances. When 14 year old Jack Winchster, of Buffalo, New York, committed suicide, the nation read in horror about how the school administration ignored months of bullying. ​

Even though Jack Winchester confided to multiple teachers on several occasions, none of them seemed to help. Those teachers are now under investigation of negligence and possible loss of their teaching licenses.