Anger/Fear Management for Teens in Chicago Public Schools

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Dr. Sherron Bibbie, assistant principal, Oliver S. Westcott Elementary School, discusses her and her students experiences with The Power to Change for Schools.

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"Mommy's angry, and she has a right to be this way. She doesn't like what I did, but she still likes me and thinks I'm capable enough to help clean up after myself"

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