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    October 27, 2022

    Anchorage School District adopts software allowing for anonymous reports of bullying

    This article was originally featured here. anchorage daily news


    The Anchorage School District has enacted a policy that allows students, volunteers and teachers to anonymously report bullying, harassment, intimidation and other concerns.

    The new policy gives students the option to report bullying without having their names attached to the report.

    The change is paired with new software called STOPit, an anonymous reporting system that lets students submit photos or videos, communicate anonymously with administrators and includes a 24/7 tip line.

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