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Please refer to Chancellor’s Regulation A -832 for additional information regarding the procedures for filing complaints of bullying or harassment and the DOE’s policy prohibiting bullying and harassment.
Please email RespectForAll@schools.nyc.gov for additional assistance. You may also contact the UFT BRAVE Hotline at 212 709-3222, Monday through Friday, from 2:30pm-9:30 pm, for assistance.
You can also call 311 to submit bullying complaints.