Jamie Utt sits down with Amy Lewis, who is a first grade teacher with an autistic son.
Tanya Dodd-Hise of The Next Family was faced with a dilemma when she was informed that her son was bullying others.
Our stereotypical image of a bully is an outsider, a stranger, a mean kid at school. But that wasn’t Jonathan Curelop’s experience.
Michael Kasdan delves into the detailed factual accounts of the Investigative Report of the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin bullying incidents, and asks whether and why we must accept and condone crass boorish behavior from professional athletes.
How well-meaning parents support bullying by not addressing inappropriate comments made in their presence by other people’s kids.
At least not in the way the NFL’s report on bullying in the Miami Dolphins’ locker room would seem to suggest. For all of their detailed description of the harassment Jonathan Martin endured, investigators still placed that behavior within a framework of stereotype that fosters it.
Violence is easy to get used to from an early age, which makes it even easier to perpetuate as we grow up and create an increasingly violent world.
There’s another side of sports, a side that rewards unnecessary violence and even suggests athletes are outside the law.
Michael Morones is caught between life and death after a suicide attempt. Here’s why, and what you can do to help.
Despite his aversion to violence, Shane Jones has always been drawn to violent sports. Now, however, he wonders whether he should watch the pinnacle of violent sports in this country—the Super Bowl—with his son.
Rosita Gonzalez’s son has suffered under the pressure of trying to fit in, culminating in a suicide attempt in seventh grade. But they are working together to heal… and change the world.
Amelia looks forward to the day when she won’t have to worry about how her son will be treated by his school.
Reid Maki of the Child Labor Coalition: 60,000 children without adult supervision will cross over into the US border this year.
Tommy Raskin believes that current drug policies in schools tip the balance against young people who are self-medicating because of disability, depression, family dysfunction and social exclusion.