A civil jury in Saratoga County, New York is considering whether officials at Oliver W. Winch Middle School and South Glen Falls school district is liable for the suicide of a 13-year-old student who was relentlessly bullied.
A Missouri 10-year-old didn’t like the way some of her classmates were treating kids in her school, so she wrote an anti-bullying anthem to inspire change.
Students at Ohio’s Lakota West and Lakota East high schools are stepping up to help struggling classmates in their time of need as part of a new Hope Squad program to prevent teen suicide.
Former University of Alabama lineman Bradley Bozeman is tired of talking about bullying. He’s determined to do something about it.
Fifth-graders at South Carolina’s Horry and Georgetown county schools are learning about leadership, civics, the judicial system, bullying, peer pressure, drugs and other important issues through role playing.
Dozens of parents shouted down Waterford School District officials at a town hall meeting in March to discuss rampant bullying in the district’s schools.
An Arizona school district wants students to report bullying and safety issues, and it recently partnered with a mobile phone application to allow students to make anonymous complaints directly to administrators.
Pennsylvania state Rep. Frank Burns thinks parents should be held responsible for how their children behave in school, and he’s introducing legislation to impose a framework of increasing penalties for parents of students who bully their classmates.
New data from the National Crime Victimization Survey shows reported incidents of bullying have dropped by more than a third since 2007.