As thousands of Galveston County students return to school, The Daily News is republishing its award-winning series “Bullied to the Brink,” which explores the link between bullying and suicide among young people.
The eight-part series, which won the prestigious Associated Press Managing Editors’ Community Service award, explores the link between bullying and suicide among young people.
The award honors newspaper journalism focused on matters of extreme local interest and that inspires community discussion and action, an objective The Daily News team strives to meet every day.
We believe this topic is still important and this series is still vital.
Through the generosity of our sponsor, CASA of Galveston County, readers can view the first installment free of charge. To continue reading, non-subscribers can purchase a Day Pass or take advantage of a special subscription offer.
It’s our hope this series will keep the conversation going and create awareness that could prevent bullying and save young lives.
In this series, we’ve looked at bullying in schools. We’ve mostly focused on students who are bullied or who bully others, but research and in…
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