S. Korea takes heavier hand against student bullying

03/18/2013 | Time.com

In South Korea, officials are stepping up efforts to address bullying and violence in schools following two recent suicides of students. Initial steps include the installation of closed-circuit cameras at schools, a focus on eliminating school gangs, the inclusion of anti-bullying lessons in school and additional security offices in schools.

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