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Category Archives: RT for Middle School
Mission Viejo, CA – (September 5, 2012) – With the release of its new book, The Bully Games, Playbooks® Roleplay Reader™ arms schools and after school programs with a transformative tool that sends the anti-bullying message where it has the … Continue reading
The 2013 National Conference on Bullying is set to take place February 27 – March 1 in Orlando, FL. With keynote presentations on practical ways to prevent bullying and also how the legalities of bullying may affect your program, the … Continue reading
Middle School students at the Nyack Library in New York recently performed a reader’s theater story, “Su Su and the Magic Mirror” based on the story by Elaine Lindy. Watch the photograph slide show and see for yourself that older … Continue reading