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Bullying

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  • Boy Hit by Teacher Removed from School Over Safety Concerns

    Boy Hit by Teacher Removed from School Over Safety Concerns
    PICO RIVERA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A woman who accused a Pico Rivera teacher of slapping her son has removed the boy from school out of fear for his safety. Teacher Greg Salcido, who is also a member of the Pico Rivera City Council, admitted he struck the 15-...
  • Romney's media handicap

    Perhaps Mitt Romney played it right when he was meek and contrite in response to the Washington Post's front-page allegations that he bullied a kid half a century ago in high school. Romney no doubt feels embarrassed by the charges, even if most of us...
  • Southport Middle School participates in Million T-Shirt March against bullying

    Southport Middle School participates in Million T-Shirt March against bullying
    It was a day of solidarity at Southport Middle School Thursday. Students and staff wore white t-shirts in an effort to take a stand against bullying. It was all part of a nationwide effort called the Million T-Shirt March, to raise awareness against...
  • Mom circulates petition to create anti-cyberbullying law in Indiana

    Mom circulates petition to create anti-cyberbullying law in Indiana
    "It used to be 'sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,' that is not the case anymore," said Angie Stagge, mother of bullied. Stagge feels for the families of Billy Lucas and Tori Swoape. The two students took their own...
  • Mystery over Bridgeport arrests: Molotov cocktails or brewing equipment?

    Mystery over Bridgeport arrests: Molotov cocktails or brewing equipment?
    As the NATO summit approached, Chicago police Friday continued to hold several people suspected of making Molotov cocktails but would say nothing about the arrests, adding to a growing mystery over the nature of the investigation. Police earlier Friday...
  • Dharun Ravi Sentenced To 30 Day Jail Term In Rutgers Webcam Case

    Dharun Ravi Sentenced To 30 Day Jail Term In Rutgers Webcam Case
    He had faced up to ten years in prison for the cyberbullying conviction that led his Rutgers roommate, Tyler Clementi, to commit suicide. Instead, Dharun Ravi will be going to jail for a month, and it seems that hardly anyone is pleased with the sentence....
  • LI Student Suspended After Producing Anti-Bullying Video

    LI Student Suspended After Producing Anti-Bullying Video
    It seems like most students would get praised for creating a 6 minute anti-bullying video for a school project. Instead, 15-year-old Jessica Barba was suspended for it. In the video you see a fictitious girl who commits suicide after getting bullied....
  • Parents Back Girl Suspended For Anti-Bullying Project

    Parents Back Girl Suspended For Anti-Bullying Project
    Cyber-bullying and bullying in general has no doubt become a hot button topic amongst teens, which is why Jessica Barba, a freshman at Longwood High school decided to make the issue the focus of one of her school projects on persuasive promotion. Instead,...
  • LI Student Suspended Over Anti-Bullying Video Cries Foul

    LI Student Suspended Over Anti-Bullying Video Cries Foul
    The high school freshman suspended from classes after posting a bogus Facebook page about a suicidal 12-year-old, made the rounds on national TV shows Wednesday morning, and in just 24 hours 15-year-old Jessica Barba has an appointment in the principal'...
  • Dodge City students honored for effort to end bullying

    Dodge City students honored for effort to end bullying
    A community wide effort in Dodge City to end school bullying goes district wide. Members of the Kiwanis Club visited every school in Dodge City with this message, "it's okay to be a nerd". As part of the program students were awarded for bringing up...
  • School Accepts Anti-Bullying Video That Got Girl Suspended

    School Accepts Anti-Bullying Video That Got Girl Suspended
    Today, Longwood High School freshman, Jessica Barba, was allowed back to school. This comes after a five day suspension over an anti-bullying class project. Barba wrote, edited and starred in an anti-bullying video project by playing a fictitious...