Daily Archives: January 5, 2009

The Commentariat: the role of schools, students, and parents in dealing with cyberbullying

Cyberbullying brings up a bunch of emotions: parents who want to protect their children from bullying, who were bullied themselves, whose children were accused of bullying weighed in on the issue. Some issues raised included: the role of the school … Continue reading

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New laws let schools districts punish for cyberbullying

The Washington Post reported January 1st that “at least 13” states have passed new laws addressing cyberbullying. According to the article: Most of the laws are aimed at school districts, requiring them to develop policies on cyber-bullying — for example, … Continue reading

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Things are looking up

I’m not exactly sure what rubric this site uses (it seems to only pull from the first page of the blog), but the good news is: What got us here: porn (6x), dangerous (3x), sex (2x). Thanks, Ethan, Andy, and … Continue reading

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