Superintendent to speak on school bullying

With school bullying on the national radar, Superintendent Carlos Garcia cannot ignore the issue locally. Garcia will be addressing the issue at a Tuesday reception where he will talk about San Francisco Unified School District’s leadership in creating school environments where students are supported and diversity is celebrated.

Garcia's remarks will be preceding KFOG’s Concert for Kids, which is raising funds for the Make It Better Project, an organization working to educate, motivate and unite students and adults to effectively take action to stop bullying and harassment in schools based on actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity.

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