The suicide of a 12-year-old Mississippi boy who was relentlessly tormented by school bullies is sparking a movement to divert more money to anti-bullying programs.
Mentor Public Schools in Ohio are using a unique approach to bullying and mentorship as part of a nationwide program in partnership with the nonprofit Stick Together, and companies Duct Tape and Avon.
Education officials in France recently banned mobile phones in elementary and middle schools starting next year, move educator minister Jean-Michel Blanquer frames as a “public health” issue.
Fifth-graders at South Davis Elementary School are rising to “Rachel’s Challenge” by spreading anti-bullying message through music.
A candid video of a Tennessee 6th-grader reflecting on the cruelty of his school tormentors has sparked a massive groundswell of support, from a GoFundMe campaign in his honor, to celebrity shout-outs and talk show appearances.
Buddy Benches going in on elementary school playgrounds across the country are one of many ways officials are working to curb bullying and build inclusive school cultures.
Survey says: North Dakota students feel hopeless.
A recent study reveals students who are bullied by their classmates are far more likely to bring a weapon to school, and it highlights the risk factors that can predict such incidents.
Nevada’s Office of Safe and Respectful Learning recently launched a new website for students and parents to report bullying online, raising questions about how the virtual approach will correct real-world problems in schools.