By Tim Walker and Anita Merina Since it opened nationwide last month, “Bully” has captured national attention and sparked conversations as moviegoers realize just how serious and prevalent bullying is in today’s society. The film, said NEA President Dennis Van Roekel, “has been a jarring wake-up call.” For Deb Crerie, an educator in Virginia, ”Bully” [...]
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