Players say video featuring shouting and vulgar language taken by a teammate is nothing compared to what they describe as bullying and harassment by varsity coach Joseph Fischetti and assistant coach Matt Becht.
Nineteen-year-old Jamel Hudson, a Hofstra University student who can dance, sing and play numerous instruments, electrified fourth-graders in Brentwood on Tuesday.
The school district must also review its policies and ensure those who respond to bullying complaints are appropriately trained.
The site has been acquired by the owners of Ask.com, whose chief executive, Doug Leeds, says the focus is ensuring a safer and more enjoyable experience for users.
When it comes to bullying, what is to be done if a parent takes all the right steps and it still doesn’t stop?
The parents of a Long Island girl are suing the Bellmore-Merrick School District after they say their daughter was bullied for years and the district did nothing to stop it.
A Brooklyn school is taking its battle against bullying into the digital age. An app called Bridg-iT is intended to bully-proof schools by allowing students to report what they hear anonymously.
A startling new study Monday showed that students who have been bullied are taking extreme measures to stay safe.
The effects of bullying can last a lifetime, a comprehensive new study in the American Journal of Psychiatry has concluded.
Nearly a dozen students and their parents have been brought into a lawsuit filed by a New Jersey teenager who accused two school districts of not doing enough to stop eight years of bullying.
“I apologize for acting like a big baby the last few days,” Incognito tweeted. “This has all been so much on me and my family. I just want to play football.”
A Harlem Globetrotter scored big with some Long Island schoolchildren Tuesday — and vice versa.
A law firm’s investigation has determined that a former Rutgers University football coach did not bully a former football player and that there was no retaliation against the player.
A new health department report found that 29 percent of gay students said they were bullied compared to 17 percent of heterosexual students.
The report released by New Jersey’s Department of Education found the number of school bullying investigations declined by nearly 40 percent in the 2012-13 school year.