By the numbers: The current school climate in New York City

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NEW YORK — A new report released last week by the Office of New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer evaluates the current climate within New York City schools in relation to school safety and security. The study found students are reporting there is more bullying happening within their schools. Additionally, the report discovered that in schools where there are a greater number of violent incidents that occur on campus, there are no social workers on staff. Below are some more key highlights of the report.

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