‘13 Reasons Why’ sparks concerns among school officials, prompts warnings

May 05, 2017

The Netflix show "13 Reasons Why" has sparked concerns among local parents and school personnel for its graphic depiction of suicide and rape. -The Associated Press.

Advice from Nadja Reilly, Associate Director of our Freedman Center for Child and Family Development, was highlighted in The Herald News surrounding ways for parents to communicate with their children about the controversial Netflix TV series “13 Reasons Why.” 

“Dr. Reilly suggested checking with your children to determine if they have seen the show. If so, please consider having conversations with them about the challenging and difficult issues presented in the show,” said Somerset Berkley Regional High School Superintendent, Jeffrey Schoonover.

Read more here in The Herald News.