Brad Lewis is a father who posted a video online against bullying hours after he found out his son Jordan had committed suicide.
Jordan, 15, left behind a note saying he was terribly bullied at school and then shot himself with a shot gun.
Lewis spoke to "New Day's" Chris Cuomo about the harassment and said:
"I never thought my son would have to go through this. With the law that is supposed to be in place and the way the school is supposed to be handling things, you know, I thought that things were better."
Lewis said his son told him a month and a half before he was being picked on at school.
The father told his son to go to administrators at school to report the incidents, but the dad says he didn't know the extent of the bullying.
Jordan's mom called Lewis to tell him the boy had killed himself with her boyfriend's gun.
Lewis now advises other parents about bullying:
"I think what parents don't realize is that they need to get, they need to look at the little things, take everything that a kid is doing as an observation of what might be going on in their lives. But the schools need to quit turning a blind eye, and trying to sit there and shove things under the rug, cause I've had a lot of kids and parents post on Facebook and say that this has happened and they've had no results of getting it taken care of."