California’s bullying problem worst in the nation, study finds

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  • Source: KTLA
  • 10/11/2023
California has earned the dubious honor of having the worst bullying problem in the U.S., according to a new study.

Researchers at WalletHub examined 47 states and the District of Columbia on 20 key metrics ranging from bullying-incident rates to truancy costs for schools, to the share of high school students bullied online.

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