Bullying is one of the most serious issues facing our kids today. While incidences of bullying have escalated in schools and on the playground, here are some tips that you can implement from home to help keep your child safe.
Two parents of fifth-grade students at a Frederick elementary school say their children have been bullied and the school hasn’t taken the incidents seriously enough.
Combating school bullying. Top school leaders to address the growing problem that’s contributed to a number of violent incidents across the nation, and sadly, some suicides.
A group of young demonstrators marched throughout south Baltimore this weekend.
Those who research school violence say by the time a kid leaves middle school, there is a 90 percent chance they have been bullied. In recent years, school districts have beefed up efforts to change the culture.
You may want to keep a close eye on what your kids post on the Internet. There’s a new push in Annapolis to criminalize so-called cyberbullying.
An Emmitsburg woman is using Facebook to expose cyberbullying by a Pennsylvania man who used the social media website to ridicule her 5-year-old daughter.
A mother’s plea for help echoes around the world. Now, one Columbia family is swamped with “Letters for Noah.”
He’s the smallest player in Globetrotter history, but he’s teaching students at Furman Templeton Elementary a very big lesson about bullying.
Maryland first lady Catherine Curran O’Malley has held a Google Plus video chat to talk about the state’s efforts to stop bullying in schools.
A bullying incident at a Baltimore City high school is now viral after being caught on video. But the victim of the bullying is not a student–she’s a teacher.
Cast members from the Tony Award-winning musical “Wicked” have an important lesson for students in Baltimore City.