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DVDs address bullying, substance abuse and more

Cerebellum Corporation has created titles to address bullying, sex education, substance abuse and Internet-cell phone safety. 
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Cerebellum Corporation, the producer and distributor of the Standard Deviants videos, has created titles under the new Guidance Systems product line to address bullying, sex education, substance abuse and Internet-cell phone safety. Each Guidance Systems DVD presents real-life vignettes that help students understand the consequences, emotions and solutions related to each topic and comes with an extensive workbook to facilitate classroom discussion.

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