When three girls beat up another girl in a New York City school, the victim is transferred, complains Ms. Rubin. The bullies “get to stay and continue terrorizing weaker kids.”
. . . the girl who got jumped has been in our school since kindergarten and has never been a problem. The three bullies have all transferred to our school in the past couple years, and have all been suspended multiple times for bullying and fighting.
New York City is into small schools: Why not create specialty schools where bullies can pick on each other?