Bullying in our schools becoming an epidemic. While classroom bullying is nothing new, it's becoming more extreme year by year. Plus, now with social media like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, the abuse of students doesn't end
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?
On Friday morning, 28 year old Rebecca Sardoni and her mother 51 year old Stephanie Sardoni boarded a bus headed to East Dover Elementary. It is reported that Rebecca slapped the boys who were bullying her 9 year old daughter. The grandmother also took part by yelling at the kids on the bus. It's another case of bullying gone too far, but what should be done and what would you do?
We hear about bullying everyday. This is a shocking and very sad video of a bunch of middle school students tormenting their 68 year old school bus aid. Luckily, there is some good news at the end of this story.
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