Posts Tagged ‘bullying’

The French Touch: How France Lets Facebook Deal With Cyber-Bullies

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Family, Opinion and Column

Text by Laurent Berstecher Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s new bill proposal was approved on Monday, and has largely been supported by a population anxious to finally tackle one of the nation’s deepest-rooted and most ignored problems: Bullying. However, disagreements on whether bullies should be brought to court persist. A look at how the French have done [&hellip
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The Joel Morales Story

Written by Bette Dewing on . Posted in Dewing Things Better, Opinion and Column, Opinion Our Town, Opinion West Side Spirit, Our Town, West Side Spirit

Stopping hate-filled violence and creating a better society by Bette Dewing What if your two sons were bullied and, when transferred to a different school, the harassment continued and your request for housing in another district was denied? Of course you know this happened to a 12-year-old East Harlem boy, Joel Morales. Finally, this beloved [&hellip
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Bullying at Any Price

Written by Megan Finnegan Bungeroth on . Posted in Breaking News, News Our Town, News Our Town Downtown, Our Town, Our Town Downtown

East Side public and private schools cope with age-old problem In the past year, bullying has become not only a pervasive danger for students to dodge in the hallways but a hot topic of debate in the media, among parents and around dinner tables nationwide. Tragic stories of bullied kids committing suicide show up alongside [&hellip
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Bullying at Any Price

Written by Megan Finnegan Bungeroth on . Posted in Breaking News, News West Side Spirit, West Side Spirit

West Side public and private schools cope with age-old problem In the past year, bullying has become not only a pervasive danger for students to dodge in the hallways but a hot topic of debate in the media, among parents and around dinner tables nationwide. Tragic stories of bullied kids committing suicide show up alongside [&hellip
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Don't Bully Us Into Being Rated R

Written by Andrew Rice on . Posted in Breaking News, Family, Lifestyle, NY Press Exclusive, Our Town Downtown

This isn’t 1950 anymore where you can tell your child to ‘buck up’ when it comes to bullies. The bullying epidemic has reached untold proportions with an estimated 13 million children tormented annually by their peers. Now, director Lee Hirsh’s new film Bully is trying to combat bullying among children, but feels that the Motion [&hellip
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Don’t Bully Us Into Being Rated R

Written by admin on . Posted in Breaking News, Family, Lifestyle, NY Press Exclusive, Our Town Downtown

This isn’t 1950 anymore where you can tell your child to ‘buck up’ when it comes to bullies. The bullying epidemic has reached untold proportions with an estimated 13 million children tormented annually by their peers. Now, director Lee Hirsh’s new film Bully is trying to combat bullying among children, but feels that the Motion [&hellip
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