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March 24th, 2011

Connecticut legislative committee passes bill to toughen bullying law
http://www.nhregister.com/articles/2011/03/24/news/aa3_ctbully032311.txt
HARTFORD — A bill to strengthen the state law against bullying in school, including bullying over the Internet, passed the General Assembly’s Education Committee Wednesday.

Parent sues JCPS over bullying on bus
http://www.fox41.com/story/14314266/parent-sues-jcps-over-bullying-on-bus
LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB Fox 41) -- A parent has filed a lawsuit against JCPS over her child being bullied on the bus.Deborah Sanders says her 8-year-old daughter, a student at Gilmore Lane Elementary, was bullied on the bus and suffered a broken arm and other injuries.

Online High Schools Helping Students Avoid School Bullying
http://news.yahoo.com/s/usnw/20110324/pl_usnw/DC71074
While families who experience issues with bullying may have education alternatives, sending their child to a school out of district, paying tuition for a private school, or waiting for an opening at a charter school may not be practical. 

Alleged bullying has mom worried
http://adaeveningnews.com/schools/x1324065000/Alleged-bullying-has-mom-worried
Stacy Twist is concerned about her son’s safety at school after she said he was attacked and given a concussion at Pickett-Center School. Her son, Bryson Malm, 7, is autistic and Twist said an altercation began on the playground on March 9 when it was time for the children to go in from recess.

YouTube offers medium for bullying horrors
http://www.reflector-online.com/opinion/youtube-offers-medium-for-bullying-horrors-1.2521774
This week, in Ceres, Calif., a tipster informed the police of a video that had been posted to YouTube that deserved the attention of the law. In the video, the camera operator captures a brawl between two young men, but they are not the only stars.

 


 

 




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