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How to stop bullying? Talk about it. A lot.

10:03 PM, Apr. 7, 2013
Adams Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Amanda Werner discusses aspects of bullying and negative behavior with some of the children in her class in Janesville. The district also has a specialist that travels from class to class offering instruction and a coordinated message on bullying.
Adams Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Amanda Werner discusses aspects of bullying and negative behavior with some of the children in her class in Janesville. The district also has a specialist that travels from class to class offering instruction and a coordinated message on bullying.
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The kids in Amanda Werner's fifth-grade class were role playing.

The scene: A girl on the bus was calling another girl names.

"I would tell the driver. Or I would go up to her and tell her she shouldn't say mean things to people," Payton Kahl said. ...

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