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Eye on America (School Bullies) #743707

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 10, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) A new study on school bullies mentioned.

(Chula Vista, California: Sandra Hughes) A new approach for dealing with school bullies detailed; video shown of bullies attacking a child on an Oregon school bus; details given about the anti-bullying training system called Olweus††, used by the Chula Vista, California, school district. [USC school violence expert Ron ASTOR†- says we need to move into a prevention mode.] [Students Monique RAYMOND†, Nykolos HERNANDEZ†- talk about bullies.] [Chula Vista police department Melanie OSTBERG†- cites statistics.] [Principal Olga WEST†- comments on the program.]

Rather, Dan;
Hughes, Sandra

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