Bullying and Harassment: A Legal Guide for Educators

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Index
actual notice
racial discrimination, 81
student-on-student sexual harassment, 64–65
teacher-on-student sexual harassment and, 56, 57, 73, 74, 75
affirmative defenses, 18–19
Alagna, Kathy, 107–110, 122
Alagna v. Smithville R-II School District, 107–110, 122
Alkabaz, Abraham Jacob, 128–129, 149, 169
American Association of University Women, 49, 76
American Civil Liberties Union, 156
American Counseling Association, 139
Americans with Disabilities Act (1990), 28, 72, 96, 99
Anderson, Mark, 138
antibullying laws, 5, 41–43, 178–180, 197
appellate courts, federal. See Circuit Courts of Appeals
art as threat, 131–133
authority of rulings, 11–12, 21–23
background checks of teachers, 191–193, 201
Baker, Jake, 128–129, 149, 169, 171
Bennett, William, 60–61
Bethel School District No. 403 v. Fraser, 38–40, 46, 155, 161
Beussink, Brandon, 157–158
Beussink v. Woodland R-IV School District, 157158, 171
bisexuals, harassment of, 87. See also sexual orientation harassment
blogs. See Internet
Blueprints for Violence Prevention, 187
Board of Education of Kiryas Joel Village School v.
Grumet, 94, 101
bomb threats, 134–136
Bracigliano, Samuel, 62
Brooks, Jeff, 142, 144, 149
Brooks v. Logan, 142, 149 Brown, Harold, 74
Brown v. Board of Education, 79, 99, 101
Bryant, Charles and Chase, 85–86, 100
Bryant v. Independent School District No. I-38, 85–86, 100
Bullies
constitutional causes of action and, 16
female, 2, 36
identification of, 2–3
risk of criminal behavior in, 1, 30
The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander (Coloroso), 2–3, 9
bullying, 30–48
definition, 2–3, 30, 179–180
freedom of speech and, 32–37
harm inflicted by, 1–4, 30
incidence, 4, 175
Internet and, 40, 163–166
litigation involving, 41–43, 45–47
prevention, 32, 179, 186–188
recognition of, 31–32, 47
references and resources, 44–48
reporting of, 188–191
school's power to control, 37–41
state laws against, 5, 41–43, 178–180, 197
of teachers. See teachers, harassment of vs. teasing, 5, 30
Bullyproof curriculum, 187–188
burden-shifting, 81–82, 105–106, 122

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