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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP)- State officials are announcing an online effort to cut down on bullying in Delaware schools.

Gov. Jack Markell and Attorney General Beau Biden planned to join other officials Tuesday for the launch of a new anti-bullying Web site.

Officials say the Web site, www.deletebullying.org, provides information and resources for teens, parents and educators about bullying prevention and what people are doing about it in Delaware.

Markell signed legislation earlier this year expanding reporting requirements for incidents of school bullying and calling for a uniform statewide policy on cyberbullying to be adopted by all public schools.

 

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