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Students Participate in Anti-Bullying Summit


LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - More than 700 students in the Lansing School District will spend Wednesday and Thursday talking about bullying. They're taking part in an event called "Spread the Word."

It's an effort to bring students, teachers and community members together to help improve the culture in schools.

Organizers say if they can put a stop to bullying, students will learn more. Attorney General Bill Schuette was Wednesday's keynote speaker and spoke about the importance of treating everyone how you want to be treated.

More than 450 high school students are taking part in the summit. More than 300 students from fourth through sixth grade are expected Thursday.

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