- Attleboro City Council kills proposed anti-bullying policy, starts over again - Attleboro Sun Chronicle March 5, 2015Attleboro Sun ChronicleAttleboro City Council kills proposed anti-bullying policy, starts over againAttleboro Sun ChronicleATTLEBORO — A proposed anti-bullying policy has been killed by the city council, but the panel plans to keep working on the issue. Councilors took the action on a 7-4 vote Tuesday after deciding the pending policy, which is based on one […]
- Kinston community tackles correlation between bullying and gang violence - WCTI12.com March 5, 2015Kinston community tackles correlation between bullying and gang violenceWCTI12.comThe panelist along with members of the community shared dialogue on ways to correct the bullying, gang, and crime correlation. One Lenoir County teacher says parent involvement is the best first step. "And every day I'm not perfect, he's not perfect ...
- Acting N.J. attorney general urges school leaders to make anti-bullying ... - NorthJersey.com March 4, 2015NorthJersey.comActing N.J. attorney general urges school leaders to make anti-bullying ...NorthJersey.comNew Jersey school leaders need to “know what is happening on a day-to-day basis” in their schools and make sure anti-bullying efforts are a top priority, Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman said in a new video message. The video, which will be ...
- Landau to speak Friday at anti-bullying event at First Congregational - Huntington Herald Dispatch March 4, 2015Landau to speak Friday at anti-bullying event at First CongregationalHuntington Herald DispatchMurphy sees the importance of lending his voice to this topic to make life better for West Virginia students who may suffer bullying at school for any number of reasons and was eager to add his name to this event. “I was a victim […]
- Civil rights commissioners: Rein in education admin. on 'unlawful' bullying ... - Washington Times March 4, 2015Civil rights commissioners: Rein in education admin. on 'unlawful' bullying ...Washington TimesThe commissioners, speaking for themselves and not the entire commission, cite the OCR's efforts to expand federal authority on three fronts: school bullying at the K-12 level; school discipline that has a “disparate impact” on minority students; and ...
- Mother says bullying drove teen daughter to suicide - KVVU Las Vegas March 4, 2015KVVU Las VegasMother says bullying drove teen daughter to suicideKVVU Las Vegas“She had been getting bullied for a long time, to the point where the happy, bubbly girl that I knew changed,” she said. “They hacked into her email and they created a Facebook page and they massacred her.” Bird said she had discussed the […]
- East students take aim at bullying - Youngstown Vindicator March 4, 2015East students take aim at bullyingYoungstown VindicatorEast High School senior Kayla Mitchell believes bullying is something that's been overlooked for too long. “We're trying to shine a light on bullying and not overlook it because sometimes bullying can lead to suicide,” Kayla, 17, said. She is a member ...and more »
- Bill cracking down on bullying approved - KRQE News 13 March 4, 2015KRQE News 13Bill cracking down on bullying approvedKRQE News 13She was in pain, she said, moments after walking off the Senate floor Tuesday following the body's unanimous approval of anti-bullying legislation named after her grandson Carlos Vigil, who was 17 when he committed suicide in 2013. A Twitter post by ...Senate passes anti-bullying billAlbuquerque JournalMar. 4 […]
- 5th graders want anti-bullying video to spread message - 9NEWS.com March 4, 20159NEWS.com5th graders want anti-bullying video to spread message9NEWS.comThe fifth grade teachers says his students were not engaged in overt bullying, but they were doing something else. "The problem was not everybody was necessarily being included in group work or out on the playground," Cuoco said. "And, that's kinda ...and more »
- Bully Victims and Bullies at High Risk for Suicidal Thoughts - BU Today March 2, 2015BU TodayBully Victims and Bullies at High Risk for Suicidal ThoughtsBU TodayFor the kids who were bully-victims, suicidal thoughts or behavior were about four times more likely than for the kids who were uninvolved in bullying. For the victims, it would be about two times more likely for suicidal thoughts and about three times ...Bully […]
- Attleboro City Council kills proposed anti-bullying policy, starts over again - Attleboro Sun Chronicle March 5, 2015