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As bullying gets 'crueler,' schools fight back (with video)

Students, teachers confront meanness with 'I Am Somebody'

10:15 PM, Apr. 5, 2013
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Bullying is more than just a problem in schools today, said teacher Sarah Murphy, "it's an epidemic."

"It's sweeping the nation, and it's taking over," she said. "And with online and social media sites, where people can remain anonymous, it's getting crueler than I ever have seen it in my entire life."

But Murphy, a sixth-grade literacy teacher, also sees plenty of reasons to be hopeful at Wausau's John Muir Middle School, where she has joined other teachers and students to quash bullying. Done right and in conjunction with student activism, schools can make positive changes, she said. ...

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