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“Potent and provocative.”
“An insightful and moving documentary…By presenting an intimate glimpse into the dark heart of cruelty, the film hopes to inspire substantive discussion among parents, children, and educators on how to deal with this dire and insidious problem.”
"The text deals honestly and realistically with the bullying that is so pervasive in American schools...An excellent resource for educators...Readers who have seen the film will no doubt be interested to discover where its bullied children are now, but the text can also be read as an informative stand-alone resource."
Have the book and the movie. All parents should see or read this in order to help their child out. (Parents are either truly clueless about this or don't know how to help.)Published 12 months ago by Michael potter
Shows what really goes on in our schools today. This pointed out clearly what some students go through and how many parents and administrators are not aware. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Waltzing Matilda
This book was helpful in teaching our young students. It is a good book but we are still reading it and implementing it. Twenty is a lot of words to write.Published on September 8, 2013 by Karen Estes
This action plan is a must read for anyone who wants to help in educating about Bullying. The move is incredible as a teaching tool but to continue the conversation this is a great... Read morePublished on August 23, 2013 by WRRY