Rutgers: Strong anti-bullying system in place after Tyler Clementi's death

Clementi's death prompted lawmakers to strengthen the state's Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. The act requires schools to have an anti-bully specialist on staff who

The system comes one year after Tyler Clementi's

The system comes one year after Tyler Clementi's bully faced criminal charges. (March 16, 2013 5:29 PM)

Rutgers University officials say the school has built a firm anti-bullying system to help protect students in the future, one year after Tyler Clementi's bully faced criminal charges. Tyler Clementi jumped to his death on the George Washington Bridge after his college roommate used a webcam to spy on him having a sexual encounter. Clementi's death prompted lawmakers to strengthen the state's Anti-Bullying...

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