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Bullying

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  • No criminal charges to be filed in alleged bullying case at Gig Harbor middle school

    No criminal charges to be filed in alleged bullying case at Gig Harbor middle school
    UPDATED: No criminal charges will be filed in the case of a 13-year-old boy who his parents said was bullied by other students and his teacher at a Gig Harbor middle school -- an incident that was caught on video, Pierce County prosecutor Mark Lindquist...
  • Movie review: 'Bully'

    Movie review: 'Bully'
    If you feel like you've already read quite a bit about the documentary "Bully," you have. But that still won't prepare you for the experience of seeing it. "Bully" has been in the news a lot lately because it received a restrictive R rating (for a...
  • Lady Gaga saluted by the Trevor Project with stars and songs

     
    If Lady Gaga knows anything, it's theatricality -- so more than fitting that the Trevor Project's annual holiday gala, Trevor Live, was a wintry song and dance in celebration of the pop star's efforts to stop bullying....
  • Lifelong scars from bullying prompt charitable donation

     
    The scars from being bullied can last a lifetime.?? Just ask Leonard A. Solomon, 83, of Fort Lauderdale. Despite a successful career as a car rental franchisee, memories of being taunted because he was a self-described, ???5-foot, 2-inch tall, young...
  • 'It Gets Better' movement to spawn national touring show

     
    The anti-bullying movement known as "It Gets Better" has become a success on the Internet, drawing support from President Obama, professional athletes and Hollywood celebrities. Now the project is spawning a live touring show that will travel the nation...
  • Highland Middle School Posts Bullying Form Online

     
    Libertyville Patch reports: A new form that will allow students and parents to report bullying incidents anonymously is up and running on the Highland Middle …...
  • Demoted D135 secretary a finalist for her old job

     
    Melanie Walsh, who was controversially demoted from Orland School District 135 student services secretary to paraprofessional in October, is a finalist for her old job. …...
  • Justice Department accuses Conn. police of bias against Latinos

     
    A federal Justice Department probe of the East Haven, Conn. police department has found a pattern of discrimination against Latinos, the latest legal blow aimed at the suburban department....
  • Elevator camera shows South Korean teen before suicide jump

     
    Bullied high school girl commits suicide: Elevator camera shows girl moments before fatal jump...
  • Israel town of Beit Shemesh is front line of a religious battle

     
    "Beit Shemesh" means "the house of sun," but these days many see it as a dark place where religious extremists defy authorities, intimidate children and attack the press. Naama Margolese, a third-grader afraid to walk to school, becomes a symbol....
  • Dist. 34 board approves $1.8M budget cuts, new administrator

     
    The Glenview Public School District Board of Education Monday approved $1.8 million in budget cuts officials say will help reduce future deficits. Approval comes after …...