School Bullies "Get the Picture," Thanks to New Short Films

June 2008
District Administration;Jun2008, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p14
The article discusses a new anti-bullying educational program being launched, which involves two 25-minute movies along with accompanying teaching and professional development resources. The two films, which are titled "Stories of Us," feature students from Franklin Middle School in Champaign, Illinois, and Irving Middle School in Lincoln, Nebraska.


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