Illinois first-grader Ayden Cazares knows what it feels like to have a broken heart.
Students in Kalamazoo, Michigan are fighting bullying, one batch of slime at a time.
Students in Geneva, Ohio schools are showing off their commitment to kindness for all to see.
Two recent incidents of Lake County, Florida students carrying knives to class is prompting school officials to step up efforts to promote the district’s anti-bullying hotline in October – National Bullying Prevention Month.
In New Jersey, school anti-bullying coordinators are crediting one of the nation’s oldest anti-bullying laws with helping to keep classrooms safe.
Tennessee teen Cicela Hernandez has been on both sides of bullying.
A recent “School Snapshot” survey showed students in Colorado’s Summit School District struggle with bullying and substance abuse at a higher rate than the state average, and administrators aren’t taking the news lightly.
Efforts in a South Carolina school to broach sexual assault and other sensitive subjects with students is meeting resistance from some parents who believe the discussions are better left at home.
The island nation of Barbados may soon officially adopt restorative practices as part of its national education model, according to a Canadian social justice group works to train educators on the softer approach to student discipline.