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Bullying a major problem in area schools

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Half of students say teasing, intimidation an issue  School officials are trying to curb bullying in Washington-area schools, which persists as a major problem -- from vandalized property to racial remarks -- new school surveys show. Fifty-six percent of Fairfax County Public Schools students said they had been bullied, taunted, teased or ridiculed in the past year, and half of the 49 percent...

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