GREAT Middle School Anti-Bullying Film: Trey the Movie. A Bullyproof production

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/6/2013, p5
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The article presents the author's views on the schools' anti-bullying efforts. He talks about the middle school anti-bullying film "Trey the Movie." He says that he was recently interviewed by Beatrice Petelo, an 8th grade student, who talked about the author's life's path and decisions. He says that Beatrice also asked about bullying, and told about their project to make an anti-bullying film with students and teachers.


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