A graduate of the same Western Massachusetts high school where Phoebe Prince’s death shined a national spotlight on the evils of schoolyard bullying has taken up the cause—and created powerful software to help victims report attacks and give officials the tools to track responses, reports the Boston Herald. “Our product was a direct result of the terrible tragedy that happened to Phoebe Prince,” said Edward Wall, a South Hadley High School grad and founder of Earshot Technologies. The start-up’s software, which costs about $2,200, provides a web-based tool for parents and students to anonymously report incidences of bullying. It also...
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