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New Anti-Cyberbullying Program for Schools

SubmitTheDocumentary.com announced today that it has officially partnered with PLUSprogram.org to provide schools with an educational program that combines the cyberbullying film with youth leadership and school safety planning.
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SubmitTheDocumentary.com announced today that it has officially partnered with PLUSprogram.orgto provide schools with an educational program that combines the cyberbullying film with youth leadership and school safety planning.

"Schools must bring students into the conversation and empower them to address the topic of cyberbullying among their peers," stated John Vandenburgh Founder of the PLUS Program and creator of the internet safety software CyberBully Alert. "We are humbled to work alongside SUBMIT and offer schools across the country a unique one of a kind youth empowerment assembly and training program that will put students on the frontline with their peers to address these critical issues that are happening in the cyber world."

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