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Md. students' anti-bullying photo wins contest

2 Md. middle school students won a photo contest & drew attention to an anti-bullying message. Special photo effects underscore their message.

Bullying persists, despite anti-bullying campaigns

Laws have been passed to discourage bullying, yet the practice persists, most commonly among third and fourth graders.

Bullying victims more likely to bring weapons to school

Bullying victims suffer health problems, physical and psychosocial, new research confirms. Bullies may actually be healthier. 2 studies.

Data show a cyberbullying decrease, but it still happens

Cyberbullying is down nationwide, mainly due to more awareness and kids who are reaching out, but 2 girls in FL were charged with felonies and 11 MD students were punished for cyberbullying.

Howard Co. wants you to report bullying, cyberbullying

A new system has been launched by county and school officials in Howard Co., Md., a system that allows officials to field reports of bullying and cyberbullying.

Update on preventing bullying among teenagers

We are happy to share an infographic about bullying (and preventing it, if possible) provided by the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California.

Bullies can remain anonymous on

A social website, has sprung up in usage over the past few months among American teenagers, and it has some not-so-hidden dangers.

Links for resources on bullying, cyberbullying

We list here some good resources to recognize, reduce, and help the victims of cyberbullying, a 21st-century version of schoolyard teasing that affects between 20 and 40 percent of schoolchildren in the US, depending on which survey you read. In any case, many, many children are the victims of cyberbullying, and here's what you can do about it.