Neyda Borges http://blog.wlrn.org en Questions Linger After Sedwick's Death In Cyberbullying Case http://blog.wlrn.org/post/questions-linger-after-sedwicks-death-cyberbullying-case <p>Rebecca Sedgwick will never graduate from high school or attend the prom. She&rsquo;ll never sit in the stands of a homecoming football game.&nbsp; <a href="http://wlrn.org/post/rise-cyberbullying-case-rebecca-sedwick"><u>She did not live to see her 13th birthday.&nbsp; On September 9, she killed herself.</u></a></p><p>And last night, over a month after her death, two girls -- ages 12 and 14 -- have been charged with felony aggravated stalking, according to the Polk County Sheriff&#39;s Office.</p> Wed, 16 Oct 2013 11:36:23 +0000 Neyda Borges 22190 at http://blog.wlrn.org Questions Linger After Sedwick's Death In Cyberbullying Case Cyberbullying Law Gives Educators Power To Intervene Outside Of School http://blog.wlrn.org/post/cyberbullying-law-gives-educators-power-intervene-outside-school <p>Gabrielle Molina was a seventh grader in Queens, New York.&nbsp; Her friends and parents say that she was smart.&nbsp; She was ambitious and loved science. Her father said that she wanted to join the U.S. Air Force and then study law.</p><p>On May 23&nbsp;her 15 year-old sister forced open their bedroom door and found her lifeless.&nbsp; Gaby hung herself.&nbsp; She was 12.&nbsp; In her suicide note she apologized to her family and said that she was bullied.</p> Fri, 12 Jul 2013 12:00:00 +0000 Neyda Borges 17200 at http://blog.wlrn.org Cyberbullying Law Gives Educators Power To Intervene Outside Of School