- Ohio dad makes girl walk miles to school for bullying on bus - 6 December 2018
"An Ohio father who made his daughter walk five miles (8km) to school as punishment for bullying has provoked a debate on parenting."
- Cerebral Palsy and Bullying
"Cerebralpalsyguidance.com is one of the web's most comprehensive resources on special needs,
covering topics like mental health, bullying/abuse, vocational counseling and much more."
One in five young people has suffered online abuse, study finds - 22 September 2015
"Survey of more than 4,700 teenagers reveals almost half think cyberbullying is a bigger issue than drug abuse among young people."
Mom Cybershames Daughter for Online Bullying. Who's the Bully Now? - 6 January 2014
"The image shows a girl, who appears to be in her early teens, holding a sign and an iPod. The sign reads:
"My name is Hailey. I am a kind, caring, smart girl, but I make poor choices with social media. As a punishment, I am selling my iPod and will be donating the money to the charity Beat Bullying, in hopes of changing my behavior as well as bringing awareness to Bullying. Because bullying is wrong."
- National Bullying Prevention Month " is a campaign in the United States founded in 2006 by PACER's National Center for Bullying Prevention. The campaign is held during the month of October and unites communities nationwide to educate and raise awareness of bullying prevention..."
- One in five children is bullied online - 14 June 2012
"One in five children aged eight to 11 is a victim of cyberbullying attacks, a new report from charity Beatbullying has found...
The bullying prevention group surveyed over 1,500 primary school pupils, finding that 21 per cent
had been "deliberately targeted, threatened or humiliated by an individual or group" using technology.
While bullying took place on social media sites, games consoles and chat rooms, the most common form of cyberbullying reported was by text message.
This reflected the fact that the majority of bullying the children reported began offline, often at school, and was then continued online or by phone."