Gov. Mark Dayton is taking a stand against bullying by unveiling an plan aimed at stopping it in Minnesota.
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson says the state needs to “create a strong tone and school culture” against bullying with more investigation, reporting and discipline around cases.
The FBI is recognizing a Bloomington organization that works to prevent bullying.
A history teacher amends his lessons on the civil rights movement to include the push for gay equality. A high school removes Internet filters blocking gay advocacy websites. Six gay students sue their district, saying officials failed to protect them from bullies.
A local school is using a unique approach to prevent and stop bullying. Maplewood Middle School is doing something different — they are asking 30 students to be on bully patrol.
Wednesday is National Unity Day — a day when many people are wearing orange to show their solidarity against bullying.
Every day in schools across the country, more than 160,000 kids are bullied. Being picked on is nothing new, but in recent years there have been several stories of bully victims taking their own lives.
Bullies are forcing more than 160,000 kids across the country to stay home from school every day.
Bullies are forcing more than 160,000 kids across the country to stay home from school every day. Fear of an attack or intimidation can have an impact that lasts a lifetime.
A mother who confronted two boys who bullied her 10-year-old son has been banned from her son’s Minneapolis school and even her son’s bus stop for the rest of the year.
From Michele Tafoya’s interview at 3:35 Tuesday afternoon.
Some young people in the Twin Cities got some valuable training Saturday on how to deal with bullies.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Anoka-Hennepin School District, alleging that the district has allowed an environment hostile toward students who are either gay or just perceived that way.
Federal investigators are looking into complaints of harassment and bullying in the Anoka-Hennepin School District.
A six-month investigation of anti-bullying efforts in Minnesota schools has found a patchwork of local policies with virtually no tracking of bullying incidents and little state oversight, Minnesota Public Radio News reported Monday.