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"Schools may have more success curving incidents of bullying if their most social students take an anti-bullying stance as opposed to teachers and administrators setting blanket rules and regulations against it." 

These are the new findings by a group of researches from Princeton University, Rutgers University and Yale University whose studies show that when students are the ones to take a stand against bullying- as opposed to adults performing assemblies- its significantly more impactful.

"Over the course of the 2012-2013 school year, 56 New Jersey  middle schools that armed their most influential students with social media training and various bullying awareness gear, like bright-colored wrist bands, saw a 30 percent reduction in student conflict reports."

*Camera, Lauren. "Cool Kids Can Curb Bullying, Study Finds." (accessed January 5, 2016)