MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Students can’t learn if they don’t feel safe. That was one of the messages at Monday’s summit on bullying.

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Three hundred teachers and school administrators met at the University of Minnesota campus to shine light on the issue.

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They discussed ways to spot and prevent peer-to-peer attacks in the classroom and online. Much of the day also focused on what can be done at the state level.

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Gov. Mark Dayton has put together a task force to examine Minnesota’s bullying laws.