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.
It’s a case of racial discrimination you don’t see every day. Allegations of bullying in East Aurora have caught the attention of federal investigators from the Department of Education. Dorothy Tucker reports.
A south suburban mother wants school officials – and parents – to hear her story of how she almost lost her 12-year-old son last week to suicide, because he was bullied.
One high school teacher in Barrington, is hoping to give his students a life long lesson about tolerance.
After hearing the news, Ravens running back Ray Rice posted a message to his Facebook page speaking out against Bullying.
A former Green Bay Packers cheerleader has fought Facebook to get a picture of her taken off a Chicago Bears’ Fan page.
It’s a disturbing allegation of bullying in a suburban school. The person accused of doing the bullying is not a student, it’s the principal of the school.
Being the victim of a relentless bully can be a distraction and even a danger to kids. As a parent, it is important to recognize the signs of bullying, know how to talk to your children about bullies and establish an appropriate reaction to a bully situation.
A survey of Illinois high school students indicates that younger white teenage girls are the most likely of any demographic to be bullied.
A local workplace analyst warned Tuesday that workplace bullying is affecting more than 50 million people across the country, and costing businesses the service of valued employees.
School administrators in Schererville, Ind., are investigating how a 5th grade student was able to walk out of school in the middle of the day, undetected, out of fear over bullying by other students.
An Illinois lawmaker called the state’s rejection of an anti-bullying ordinance “disgusting.” The bill was voted down after some conservative lawmakers expressed concern that it might be used to promote acceptance of homosexuality.
Three students were expelled from a school in northwest Indiana, for comments they made on Facebook, about which classmates they would like to kill.
An elementary school in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood is really making a change in the fight against bullying.
The family of a 17-year-old boy has filed a lawsuit against a northwest Indiana high school, alleging their son was taunted, bullied and brutally attacked, all because he is of Middle Eastern descent.
The family of a 10-year-old girl in east central Illinois says intense bullying caused the fifth-grader to kill herself late last week.
Students bullied at school find themselves forced to continue going to class with their tormentors. The family of an 11-year-old girl is taking action that could help other victims, 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
Dr. Phil McGraw said Wednesday that a change in education policy will be needed to curb the epidemic of bullying in schools.
There are about 160,000 students nationwide who miss school every day because they are afraid of being attacked or bullied by fellow students.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker talks with a victim of bullying, as a task force makes recommendations to state lawmakers about ways to curb incidents at schools.