CHICAGO, April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney Dana Fattore Crumley, in the education law practice at the firm of Franczek Radelet, is available to provide commentary on the topic of bullying in the classroom, which has become an all-too-common problem in schools nationwide.
The recently released movie "Bully" highlights this epidemic, demonstrating the pervasive effects posed on children who are victims of bullying. While several questions and sentiments arise as a result of the movie, one that resonates with nearly all viewers is what schools can and should do to prevent and best respond to bullying.
No longer are parents being held solely responsible for these kid-on-kid crimes. Rather the attention has turned to teachers and school administrators as they are held responsible for intervening and working to prevent bullying. Fattore Crumley can provide insight on this issue, discuss legislation that requires school officials to intervene and share examples of best practices for school administrators.
Fattore Crumley has represented and advises school districts regularly on special education and student discipline issues, including bullying. She is often called upon by state and national education associations to speak on these topics and can serve as a resource to media reporting on this issue.
Franczek Radelet is one of the nation's leading law firms focusing exclusively on education law and represents a wide range of clients in the primary and secondary education sector.
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