PEOPLE's Most-Inspiring Anti-Bullying Stories

From the aftermath of Columbine and the dawn of cyberbullying to the heartbreaking death of Phoebe Prince, revisit PEOPLE's coverage of bullying in schools

2001: SCHOOLROOM TORMENT

"We've passed bullying off as a rite of passage and created schools where violence works," said psychologist Dorothy Espelage, who shared her findings after observing bullies since 1995. "We need to change the climate of the school so there isn't any tolerance at all for this sort of behavior."

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