Bullied student speaksout against school

March 2013
Xtra (Toronto);3/7/2013, Issue 740, p12
The article reflects on a prospective lawsuit to be filed by the St. Thomas of Villanova Catholic Secondary School on the gay student Brooke for speaking out against homophobic discrimination at school in Windsor, Ontario. It mentions that Brooke's school performance had been poor due to her bereavement and because she was being bullied for being a gay. It concludes that the action against bullying should be stronger and school boards should have prevention policies and procedures on bullying.


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