School Safety

  Posted on: Wednesday, July 1, 2020
One-Fifth of Children Bullied on Social Media, According to Parents, by: Amy Rock, June 29, 2020
Cyberbullying has been a growing problem and concern for educators and parents for years. The issue has become even more topical in the past few months as millions of students switched to remote learning and socially distanced from friends due to the coronavirus, leading to an unprecedented amount of time spent online.

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