In that role, Kjerstin Owren will work with the city's day-cares and public schools. In that position, she'll oversee more than 80,000 students. She'll work directly with schools on their bullying-prevention programs, and she'll also serve as a resource for parents who feel like their children's institution isn't doing enough, and offer counseling to individual kids.
"One Way to Fix Bullying: Appoint a Citywide ‘Ombudsman’" is from the March 24, 2017 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Amanda Erickson and narrated by Jill Melancon.