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August 26, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Tell us: Is hazing a problem at your school?

edulab_icon_perspectivesA year after seven students were suspended in a freshman hazing incident, Garfield High School in Seattle has set up a mentoring program to help new students feel welcome and supported by their peers.

Are you a student, parent or educator? Do you have any experience with hazing? If you were in charge, how would you help ninth-graders make the transition to high school?

Share your insights in the form below. A selection of responses may be published online and in print at a later date.

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