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Chicago Lawsuit over Cyberbullying at Latin School of Chicago

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Chicago Lawsuit over Cyberbullying at Latin School of Chicago

Illinois Anti-Bullying Laws Policies

Hate Speech and Other Harassment involved in Wrongful Death Suicide.

Illinois’ strong anti-bullying law was ignored at Latin School, according to parents of teen who took his life

The school did not investigate the allegations or inform Nate’s parents, the Bronsteins said, despite being required by law and school policy to do so. In January, Nate took his own life. He was 15 years old.

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Illinois Anti-Bullying Laws & Policies
Components of State Anti-Bullying Laws and Regulations

Illinois General Assembly Public Act 098-0669 requires that every school in the state, including private schools, have an anti-bullying policy.

See also:

Chicago student died by suicide after bullying while school ‘turned a blind eye’, lawsuit claims

A 15-year-old boy died by suicide after relentless cyberbullying, and his parents say the Latin School could have done more to stop it

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