Middle school can be a place of learning, discovery and friendships, but it can also be a place of cruelty, loneliness and fear. More than 160,000 students stay home every day because they are scared of being bullied. "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Tracy Smith previews the special, "Bullying: Words Can Kill."
Everyone plays a role in Cyberbullying. Make a promise today to talk to your kids and teach them to stand up to Cyberbullying and not just stand by. We?ve made it easy with concrete advice about how to begin the conversation with kids of different ages.
As teachers, you understand how harmful cyberbullying can be, and how it affects every one of your students. Common Sense Media has the free toolkit you need to help your students and their families stand up to cyberbullying.
Jim Steyer, founder of Common Sense Media, discusses Cyberbullying and the importance of talking to your kids about the issue. The effects of Cyberbullying can be devastating, so help your kids understand what Cyberbullying is and how to stand up to it.
Teenage girls turn "mean girls" while typing away at a caf?.
How to stop school violence bullying, cyber bullying, and classroom discipline problems. Parent guide, Human Resources guide to cyber bully prevention. Training experts Margaret Ross, the Kamaron Institute
This video illustrates the dangers of cyber bullying and offers solutions to the problem.
Stop Cyberbullying discusses harassment and threats transmitted on the Internet using chat rooms, e?mail, social networking sites and other forms of communication.
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