Safe and Supportive Schools

The anti-bullying bill is a result of recommendations from the 2012 Governor’s Task Force on the Prevention of Bullying. The 54-page report concluded that Minnesota’s 37-word anti-bullying law was too weak to effectively safeguard students in Minnesota schools. The legislation is based on four recommendations made by the task force.

#SafeSchools Day at the Capitol

Community members who support the Safe & Supportive Minnesota Schools Act visited us at the Capitol for a student-led Rally in the Rotunda.

Why Anti-Bullying Legislation Matters

Our children will be the future leaders and innovators here in Minnesota. It is our duty to protect them from unneccessary setbacks – such as the effects of bullying – and to ensure their physical and emotional well-beings. Stronger anti-bullying legislation will do that.