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School Bullying / Prince Case / Wiseman Interview (Part I) #962039

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 31, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The recent deaths by suicide of three teenagers who were victims of bullying in school introduced.

(South Hadley, Massachusetts: Alina Cho) The case of South Hadley High School in Massachusetts of Phoebe Prince's suicide after bullying featured; scenes shown from outside the school. [Principal Daniel SMITH†- talks about new policies.] [Parent Susan SMITH†- blames the school administration.] The status of the nine students who have been charged in the prince case discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Queen Bees Wannabees" author Rosalind Wiseman about bullying. [WISEMAN - says the really big issue is how to teach children to believe in adults; explains how adults can be trained to handle bullying.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Cho, Alina
Duration:
00:08:40

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