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AMAC Exclusive – By Andrew Abbott
A New Jersey school superintendent resigned late last week following the suicide of a 14-year-old girl who was routinely bullied at a public school in his district. The teenager, Adriana Kuch, took her own life on February 3 after a video of multiple other female students viciously attacking her at school was posted and went viral online. The tragic incident was just the latest example of an alarming rise of violence in schools, even as many administrators and education bureaucrats work to remove resource officers from hallways and soften disciplinary actions – often in the name of “racial justice” or other left-wing talking points.
Kuch, who attended Central Regional High School in Berkeley Township, New Jersey, is remembered by her friends and family as a kind and generous person who volunteered to help children with special needs and enjoyed spending time in nature. In a shocking 20-second …
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