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Code 6-18-1005 (2005) requires schools to provide Group conflict resolution services, which shall include bullying prevention programs.Code 6-15-1005 ensures that every school and district will enforce school district policies for the safety of every student during school hours at school-sponsored events from sexual harassment.Bullying/Harassment: Education Code 32261 (1985) states that all pupils enrolled in a classroom have the inalienable right to attend classes on school campuses that are safe, secure and peaceful.
Statute (2006) provides immunity to any school employee, student or volunteer who promptly reports an incident of harassment, intimidation or bullying to an appropriate school official. Bullying/Harassment: HB216 (2009) defines harassment as a continuous pattern of intentional behavior that takes place on school property, on a school bus, or at a school-sponsored function.Education Code 35294.2 (2001) requires the Department of Education to develop model policies on the prevention of bullying and conflict resolution.The code authorizes districts to adopt one or more of these policies for the incorporation into its school safety plan, as required in the statute (Model Policies).Cyberbullying: Code 6-18-514 (2007) requires local school boards to adopt policies to prevent bullying and pupil harassment. The policy shall prohibit bullying by an electronic act that results in the substantial disruption of the orderly operation of the school or educational environment (cyberbullying).The policy shall apply to the electronic act whether or not it originated on school property or with school equipment, if it is directed specifically at students or school personnel and maliciously intended for the purpose of disrupting school, and has a high likelihood of succeeding in that purpose." Act 905 (2011) defines cyberbullying and establishes it as a Class B misdemeanor.