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Some Illinois Schools Allow Anonymous Reports Of Bullying

Some schools in Illinois are allowing parents and students to report bullying anonymously through forms online. The forms can be found on participating schools' websites.
From our affiliate WCIA:

The fight to stop bullying in schools continues.

Some schools in Illinois are adopting a new way for parents and students to report it.

They're using online forms on the school's website to report bullying anonymously.

Alala Woods is a mother of two and says both of her children get bullied and teased at school.

She thinks online reporting could be helpful.

"A lot of people don't realize what kind of effect it has on people until it's either too great or too late, but as a mother who has children now who get bullied themselves, I just think that we need to do more about it", says Woods.

The forms usually ask for the names of the bully and the victim, and also for details about the incident.

The founder of the group "Stomp Out Bullying" worries this method could lead to false complaints.
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