Michigan lawmakers are pretty close to passing legislation that would require schools to put in place an anti-bullying law policy at all schools, according to WNEM. The house has already approved it, so it moves on to the senate.
Usually when you think of school bullying, you think it's being done by students. Think again. A 14-year-old special-needs girl in Ohio was the victim of bullying - bullying by her teacher and the teacher's aide.
Cheyanne (whose last name was withheld from the video on NBC's Today Show) then went to school armed with a hidden tape recorder, outfitted by her father. Some of the things caught on tape were disturbing:
A Texas man encouraged his 11-year-old son to beat up another student who was bullying and now they are both facing criminal charges. The dad doesn't think he did anything wrong and that he was tired of his son getting picked on, according to KTRK.
Some schools in Kansas City are using dogs to help prevent bullying in schools by bringing the animals in every day for an hour. The dogs are brought in to teach kids responsibility, self control, passion and integrity. USA Today says the program has been in place for five years and teachers have noticed the positive impact it has had on the students.
A youth center worker and his wife are in trouble for helping their daughters fight back a bully in Peekskill, New York. They have seven-year-old twins and took them to confront a 10-year-old who had been bullying them but things got heated and out of control and that's when things got physical.
Here's the latest in crazy plastic surgery stories. A seven-year-old girl recently had plastic surgery in order to prevent bullying. Samantha Shaw hasn't been picked on yet, but she wanted to have the surgery so there would be no problems in the future. The doctor who performed the surgery believes that any abnormality can result in torture and didn't think it was a problem since Samantha only had her ears done. What do you think? Would you let your kids get plastic surgery to prevent bulling? Watch the interview after the jump.
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