The upstate New York school bus monitor who received hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations after a video of her being harassed by students went viral has decided to use some of the proceeds to start her own anti-bullying foundation.
Now retired, Karen
Klein, 68, has decided to start her own campaign, called the Karen
Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation, on the website giveback.org. "This is
for education, for people who have been bullied," Klein told CNN
was working as a middle school bus monitor when four students berated
her with a stream of profanity, insults, jeers and physical ridicule.