'Be Smart, Don't Start' anti-bullying rallies

September 2014
Jackson Advocate;9/11/2014, Vol. 76 Issue 49, p14A
The article reports on the anti-bullying campaign titled "Be Smart, Don't Start" launched by Canton Public School District in Mississippi intended to prevent school bullying and provide awareness on the issue.


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