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Patrick slams school officials in bully case

Adults should be held accountable for not intervening, he says

Phoebe Prince had resorted to hiding in bathroom stalls and asked to walk between friends to guard against sudden attack. Phoebe Prince had resorted to hiding in bathroom stalls and asked to walk between friends
to guard against sudden attack.
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / April 10, 2010

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Intensifying public pressure against the leaders of the South Hadley schools, Governor Deval Patrick criticized school officials yesterday for their handling of the bullying campaign against Phoebe Prince, saying it was “outrageous’’ that more was not done to protect the 15-year-old and that administrators who did not intervene should be held accountable. (Full article: 878 words)

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