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Do your students like to sing? Sign them up for I Have A Voice, a national singing competition for middle and high schoolers to raise awareness about bullying. It’s sponsored by No Bully and Hasbro, and a finalist from NCB’s The Voice will perform a short concert at the winner’s school next spring. Find the rules and more at No Bully.
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