New Hampshire schools are scrambling to comply with the state's new anti-bullying policy, a mandate set by the state Board of Education that went into effect Jan. 1.

In Portsmouth, officials adopted such a policy, spurred on by the plight of a sixth-grader attacked while walking after school. And in Newmarket, the school board plans to add bullying to its harassment policy sometime this month.

"We already had a harassment policy in place and

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