Monthly Archives: October 2010

Middle-school student: “I’ll kill him if you want me 2”

“I’ll kill him if you want me 2,” the student wrote… Continue reading

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Bullying, bullied in high school an even split

After all, what counts as “teasing” when you’re 13 becomes an actionable offense when you’re an adult. Continue reading

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Feds to schools: Ignore bullying, risk a civil rights suit

If districts won’t do the right thing, the long arm of the law may make them. Continue reading

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Why the U.S. Assistant Deputy Secretary of Education gets it: he was bullied

“If you don’t believe your kid will be safe, take your kid out of that school.” Continue reading

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The President sends a message: It gets better

“I don’t know what it’s like to be picked on for being gay, but I do know what it’s like to grow up feeling like you don’t belong.” Continue reading

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Three-point plan to address bullying in schools

Positive behavioral support, tracking system for monitoring, and school resource officers. Continue reading

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Does reality television foster bullies?

Our children learn from witnessing this. Life isn’t a thorn-free walk through the garden. People will criticize you, even your best efforts. What matters is how you respond to that criticism. Continue reading

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