- Associated Press - Sunday, September 7, 2014

PAXTON, Mass. (AP) - As another school year begins, two Massachusetts agencies are sponsoring a conference to help teachers and school administrators stop bullying.

The Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center and office of Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. will co-host the conference at Anna Maria College in Paxton on Oct. 16.

Elizabeth Englander, director and founder of the aggression reduction center, will present the professional development program for kindergarten through grade 12 faculty and staff. The center is based at Bridgewater State University.

Two district attorneys are co-sponsoring the same training program in their counties. Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz has set a program for Sept. 29 at Bridgewater State University and Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey has organized a conference on Oct. 20 at the Tirrell Room in Quincy.

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