Using Shakespeare in Schools to Address Violence

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In Colorado, some schools are tapping an unlikely bullying prevention tool: the plays of William Shakespeare. The Colorado Shakespeare Festival adapts the bard’s works as a way to start discussions on bullying, violence and the moment of choosing between right and wrong. Jeffrey Brown reports.

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