Podcast: NJ's Anti-Bullying Law Being Felt in Schools
NJ Spotlight editor discusses the state's new anti-bullying law and how it's playing out in the public schools.
New Jersey's public schools continue to adjust to the state's new anti-bullying law. One of the toughest in the nation, it defines strict rules on how -- and how fast -- educators must respond to incidents.
NJ Spotlight's John Mooney joins the discussion on the ramifications of the law with WHYY's "Radio Times" host Marty Moss-Coane. Also on the show, first aired yesterday, are Richard Bozza, executive director of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators, and Stuart Green, a clinical social worker and founder of the New Jersey Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention.