More than 700 teachers from all over Tennessee gathered Tuesday for a first-ever Anti-Bullying Summit.
"This is very important because it does affect the lives of our young people and they are our future," said Capt. Bob Wooldridge, with KPD's Safety Education Unit.
"[Bullying] can go on in middle and high school and even into adulthood," said Karen Clark, a special education teacher at Dogwood Elementary in Knoxville.
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