MADISON, Wis. (WQOW) – One small part of Gov. Scott Walker’s budget investment in public schools could make a big impact on our children’s well being.

The governor’s proposal includes $300-thousand over two years for an online bullying prevention program called Act Now. It’s being used in 93 school districts in the state right now, including the Oregon School District. There, students start the course in 5th grade and take it for several years as they transition to high school.

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