A vicious cyberbullying case in Anne Arundel County is the talk of the community. It’s a story we’ve covered extensively. Eleven students now face punishment.
Swift action. Nearly a dozen Anne Arundel County students disciplined, accused of cyberbullying. There have been growing calls for schools to crack down after a series of teen suicides across the country, including here in Maryland.
October is National Bullying Awareness Month. It’s also the month Grace McComas would have turned 17. The Howard County teen took her own life after relentless cyberbullying.
Maryland becomes the first state in the country to team up with Facebook in the fight against cyberbullying.
Take a glance at new laws taking effect in Maryland on Tuesday.
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.
Just a few weeks after state lawmakers pass a law against cyberbullying, one county is launching an app to report it.
A Super Bowl champion is a champion for victims of cyberbullying. The Ravens’ Ray Rice meets with families in Howard County to raise awareness.
Cyberbullies in Maryland will soon face tougher punishment after lawmakers in Annapolis unanimously passed Grace’s Law.
A cyberbullying bill inspired by a Howard County teen moves to the Senate.
A group of Maryland lawmakers takes steps to outlaw cyberbullying.
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.