The family of a student with special needs who filed a million dollar lawsuit against the city school system wants a new trial.
A decision in a landmark bullying lawsuit is in. Two parents take on the Baltimore City School System. Did two principals do enough to protect a child with special needs? A jury hands down a verdict saying they did.
Closing arguments are underway in a million dollar lawsuit brought by a family who says their special needs child was relentlessly harassed at school. The judge has dropped nine of the charges in the case.
The parents of a 10-year-old boy say two Baltimore City schools did nothing to protect him from bullies. In a first-of-its-kind trial, those parents are suing.
A Baltimore family is taking their fight to court. They say their special needs child was bullied at two city schools. Now, their lawsuit goes before a jury.
Bullied, taunted and choked until he passed out. Parents say their special needs son was tortured by classmates at two Baltimore City schools.
Countering an epidemic. A Harford County school takes a compassionate approach to bullying.
A new nationwide campaign designed to wipe out bullying has been unveiled in Maryland schools. It happens now because October is National Bullying Prevention Month.
A Facebook official and the president of Cartoon Network will be joining Gov. Martin O’Malley and Katie O’Malley to kick off Nationally Bullying Prevention Month.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is praising an anti-bullying program at a middle school in Frederick County.
Maryland students get a refresher course this week in anti-bullying strategies.
Earlier this year, Maryland’s first lady teamed up with the nation’s first lady to prevent bullying in schools. Katie O’Malley continues the campaign to get more students involved.