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How Taye Family Settlement With CPS Will Impact District's Anti-Bullying Efforts

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Ambriehl Crutchfield
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Last week, Cincinnati Public Schools reached a $3 million settlement with the family of Gabriel Taye, the Carson Elementary School student who died by suicide in 2017 after he was bullied at school.  

Taye's death made national headlines and focused attention on bullying prevention, and the settlement of the lawsuit his family brought seems likely to do the same. As part of that agreement, CPS has agreed to a raft of new bullying prevention measures.

Joining Cincinnati Edition to talk about the case and its implications are Taye family attorney Al Gerhardstein and Loyola University Chicago School of Law Anti-Bullying Program Director Julie Pautsch.

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Michael Monks brings a broad range of experience to WVXU-FM as the host of Cincinnati Edition, Cincinnati Public Radio's weekday news and information talk show.