When Bullied Students End Their Lives, Parents Are Suing And Schools Are Paying

Monday, November 20, 2023
The Washington Post

Gabriel Taye was a slight boy who wore button-down shirts and neckties to his Cincinnati elementary school. Just 8 years old, he loved learning and made the honor roll. But other students often bullied him — punching, shoving and kicking him during incidents that dated back to first grade, according to court documents.

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