Bullying the target in daylong Michigan summit featuring singer's video for bullied students
A daylong anti-bullying summit in Lansing features Michigan's attorney general and a singer who has recorded videos on behalf of bullied students.
The Michigan Bullying Prevention Summit being held Tuesday is designed to help educators and others make a difference to stop bullying.
Attorney General Bill Schuette and singer Keenan West are among the scheduled speakers. West has recorded an anti-bullying music video that is shown in classrooms.
People who attend the summit can learn bullying-prevention strategies and how to implement Michigan's 1-year-old anti-bullying law. An update on legal issues involving bullying also is planned.
The event is being hosted by the Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association.
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