Saturday, November 12, 2011

What the Kids Want...and What We All Need.

Recently, at schools in Florida and Michigan, young people told me that they wanted to nderstand what constituted cyberbullying, how to prevent it in the first place, how to stop it once it starts, how to help others who are being targeted by a cyberbully and how to avoid crossing the line into cyberbullying themselves.

Good questions. The same ones the industry, congressional representatives, schools, law enforcement and parents have.

Later this month, along with our sponsors and partners, we will be releasing the Stopcyberbullying Toolkit for schools and comunities. It is a free downloadable resource covering everything schools, parents and students need to address cyberbullying for all stakeholders, from K-12.

Watch the stopcyberbullying.org site for registration links.

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