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Suicide prevention in schools

 

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Everything about the freshman transfer from a rural area was different from the rest of the students at the large, California school. He stood out and became an automatic target for bullying. No one stuck up for him. One day, walking home from school, several other students grouped around him, someone knocking the freshman's books out of his hands. Another student saw what happened and picked up the boy's books. They became great friends for the remaining four years of their high school careers. The boy went on to become the school's valedictorian. Audience members were confused by his spee...



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