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Recently Kevin Curwick, a high school student in Osseo, Minnesota, got a lot of press attention. Tired of seeing cyberbullying and negative comments online, he started a Twitter account just for sending positive vibes to friends and acquaintances. @OsseoNiceThings took … Continue reading →
When her students talked about the cruelty and bullying that happened outside of class, one new teacher found a unique way to help them see that their world was full of kind and respectful people. It could be hard to … Continue reading →