As New Jersey school children head back to the classroom this week, many of them may become the target of a bully. How can parents recognize the signs that their child is, in fact, the victim of a bully? What can they do to help?
It's not uncommon for siblings to argue, tease and even get physical on occasion, but new research finds bullying and aggressive behavior by a sibling can be just as damaging as bullying by a classmate or peer.
A former Toms River Regional School District Attorney questions a recent decision by the State Civil Rights Division Director that sides with a ruling that said the district failed to protect a student from bullying because of his perceived sexual orientation.
By now, you've probably heard the story of the school bus monitor in upstate New York who was mercilessly bullied by the middle schoolers riding her bus. There are not enough negative words to describe how disgusting this behavior is, but there has been a silver lining to this cloud.
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