For the sake of their educational mission, school districts must be immune from liability for students’ bullying and teasing of their disabled peers, except when administrators show a “deliberate indifference to known harassment,” the national and Maryland school board associations have told a federal appeals court.Read More »
Since the advent of social media, there has been a meteoric rise in a relic from our past — public shaming. The ease with which a once-private individual can have his or her personal information splashed across computer screens throughout ...Read More »
A 15-year-old student opened fire on the first day of classes at a Baltimore County high school Monday, getting off two shots and wounding a classmate before being rushed by teachers, authorities said. The assailant was taken into custody after ...Read More »
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Just a couple days before the start of Maryland's second special session of the General Assembly this year, state casinos announced that they enjoyed a record revenue month in July. ...Read More »
The recent deaths by suicide of students in Iowa, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and other places have placed the issue of bullying back in the public arena. State and local governments, schools and community groups have worked to create ...Read More »
TOWSON — Judge Katie O’Malley is visiting a group of Baltimore County students who created a bullying awareness and prevention public service announcement. O’Malley will visit with students at George Washington Carver Center for the Arts and Technology in Towson ...Read More »