- Associated Press - Friday, November 18, 2016

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - A new program aimed at reducing cyberbullying will make its debut at a Buffalo high school.

The educational program being unveiled at City Honors Friday will be available nationwide in February. It features short films produced by high school students from across the country at a film invitational held by AT&T; in New York City.

Speakers at Friday’s event include Jane Clementi, whose 18-year-old son, Tyler, died by suicide after being cyberbullied at Rutgers University. She will be joined by Tracy Rodemeyer, whose bullied son Jamey Rodemeyer was 14 when he killed himself.

The Tyler Clementi Foundation, Siena Research Institute and AT&T; also are expected to release the results of a poll on cyberbullying in upstate New York.

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