Educators consider documentary film on bullying

04/15/2012 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Educators are weighing in on the new documentary film, "Bully," which was released Friday to an expanded selection of cities after its nationwide premiere March 30. Some educators say they hope the film will raise awareness about the topic, and some say they will use the film to help train school staff. Others say the film does not go far enough in offering solutions to the problem.

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