The bill will be considered by lawmakers in the 85th legislative session and is expected to receive bipartisan support.
It had all the trappings of a teenager’s birthday party: friends and family conversing, arty cupcakes, gift packages, music, and singing.
David Molak, who committed suicide in January after being cyberbullied, loved Star Wars, vacation bible school tunes, and pop music.
The Texas State Senate Committee on Criminal Justice heard testimonies on cyberbullying, an issue that several speakers agreed has escalated in recent years, at the State Capitol in Austin Tuesday.
Back-to-school time brings a contrast of thoughts to mind: on the up side, new clothes or uniforms, new school supplies, and a fresh start with friends.
Eight months after Alamo Heights High School student David Molak took his own life in response to online abuse, his family’s efforts to prevent cyberbullying continue.
On Monday, July 1, 2013, Connecticut became the first state to require that teacher preparation include a course in student social and emotional learning.
It’s been nearly five months since their 16-year-old son, David Molak, took his own life after enduring vicious attacks from cyberbullies.
The Office of Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood announced Wednesday it would not press criminal charges in the death of Alamo Heights teenager David Molak, citing “insufficient evidence” to support claims that cyberbullying led to his death.