To Debbie Johnston, whose son killed himself after years of intimidation by a classmate, not one of Florida's 67 school districts can claim kids there aren't being bullied, reports Tampa Bay Online. Yet nine districts have reported zero incidents in the two years after Florida's anti-bullying law took effect and required them to document and investigate every complaint. One of those districts, Gilchrist County in north Florida, has only four schools and 2,800 students. Bullying isn't a problem, said school board Chairman Robert Rankin…

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