When students are victimized by bullying because of a stigma, such as race, religion, or sexual orientation, they suffer disproportionately.
The S.A.D.D. Club at Richards is hosting Spirit Week, incl. Tuesday’s Pajama Day. The theme this year is anti-bullying.
A series of stabbings around New Rochelle H.S. in N.Y. has left one girl dead and two students injured, one of them in a classroom.
Bullied students often find themselves alone at lunch, but an app tries to reduce the harmful effects of being an outcast at the lunch table.
Hate bias incidents are reportedly on the rise at Maryland’s flagship university. Why? What can or should be done?
Adults today don’t think kids are as healthy as those in their own generation back in the day, citing obesity, safety, bullying, etc.
On bullying black, Latino, gay, or any other category of human that predestines them to a life of being afraid, are Americans really stuck?
Digital “self-harm,” a form of cyberbullying where teens send hurtful messages anonymously to themselves, is emerging as a concern.
Most children are bullied, but it’s not inevitable that they’ll be adversely affected. Why are some devastated while others are not?
Survey of 5,000 high schoolers in England: Many of them are disillusioned by social media, because of online abuse & fake news.