Parents don't do enough to protect kids from cyberbullying

November 2009
Education (14637073);11/20/2009, Issue 374, p2
The article reports on research by the Anti-Bullying Alliance in Great Britain, which found that cyberbullying is becoming more common in primary schools. One in five of the 10- and 11-year-olds interviewed reported that they had been bullied online or by telephone. The alliance also found that over half of parents surveyed hadn't talked to their children about how to protect themselves from cyberbullying.


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