Category Archives: Bullying

What More Can Be Done?: After Ohio Shooting, Bullying Is Back in the Spotlight

On Monday, February 27, 2012, 17 year-old Ohio student T.J. Lane allegedly opened fire on his Chardon High School classmates. Early reports sound familiar to what has been reported after similar incidents: T.J. was a “loner” that became increasingly disconnected from students he used to call friends, he had family issues, and he was the target […]

LAST DAY to Register Early for the 11th Zealous Advocacy Conference in Houston, Texas

Today is the LAST DAY to register early and save 60% on the 11th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference. After today, the $80 early registration fee rises to $200. Don’t miss your chance to register TODAY! 11th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference Theme: Child Development & Juvenile Justice Date: Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24, 2012 Location: University of […]

What has Texas done lately to stop school bullying?

A few weeks ago, the topic of school bullying seemed to have dropped off the radar of the mainstream media. After a flurry of teen suicides in the last few years focused the nation’s attention on state anti-bullying efforts, the spotlight was eventually pushed away. But last month’s tragic suicide of teenager Jamey Rodemeyer has […]