"Bully" documentary includes stories of students on autism spectrum

04/12/2012 | Education Week

Two students with Asperger's syndrome are among those featured in "Bully," a documentary film being released to expanded audiences on Friday. The film intentionally omits any mention of the students' disabilities, says writer and producer Cynthia Lowen. "We didn't want to continue the idea that targets of bullying bring it on themselves. They should be safe and protected at school. That was really the point we were trying to make," Lowen said.

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