Addressing Bullying

Yetter, Nicole
November 2012
Education Week;11/14/2012, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p25
The article discusses addressing of bullying issues in schools, by the school boards and updating the rules based on technologies such as online bullying. Topics discussed include a report on cyber safety by National Cyber Security Alliance, which was sponsored by Microsoft Corp. a software company, bullying reporting tools, and creation of comprehensive program to create a positive environment for students.


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