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


Fifteen-year-old Phoebe Prince ended her life in January 2009 after enduring relentless bullying at school and on Facebook. Her death was a wake-up call to teachers, administrators and parents nationwide, with anti-bullying measures being passed across the U.S. "The biggest change," said Prince's principal Daniel Smith, "is heightened awareness."

Read the full story in PEOPLE's Archive.

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