This brochure explains Ohio's anti-bullying laws, which apply to all public school and charter schools. Bullying is defined broadly as mental harm, physical harm, harm within a dating relationship or harm by an act done through an electronic device. Schools are required to make a safe, bully-free learning environment. Parents can protect their child by knowing their rights, reporting abuse, and communicating with their child. This brochure also explains how parents can seek legal advice if a school has failed to protect their child or comply with state laws.
More information is available in this brochure published by Legal Aid: Bullying in Ohio Schools
This brochure is also available in Spanish: Intimidación en las Escuelas de Ohio