The story of Keaton Jones, a Tennessee middle schooler, has touched off a national dialogue—and ignited controversy—about the hard truth of bullying in schools.
To keep students safe, school districts have to get beyond these common misconceptions about school safety and student well-being.
New research shows that bullied students are more prone to substance abuse and to face stress in adulthood. What that means for school districts.
A new report signals a decline in school bullying over the last decade. It also shows specific focus areas where anti-bullying campaigns can help speed progress toward safer schools for all.