What do you think about cyber bullying and the responsibilities of schools to ta

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  1. bayareagreatthing profile image59
    bayareagreatthingposted 12 years ago

    What do you think about cyber bullying and the responsibilities of schools to take action?

  2. Stacie L profile image92
    Stacie Lposted 12 years ago

    schools have some responsibility if it happens on school property..when students use the computers at school the schools need to monitor messaging.
    to further control any possible bullying, students should not be allowed to use cell phones or blackberries during the school day..
    when cyberbullies are attacking after school hours,it can extend to the school grounds but it's not always apparent unless other students make staff aware.
    the whole community needs to be involved and PTA's are a good start

  3. amsmoving profile image61
    amsmovingposted 12 years ago

    I think that cyber bullying is quite a nuisance and can be a terrify experience if bullying turns into plausible threats with the intention of carrying them out toward a person.
    Though cyber bullying is something that can happen to anyone in or out of school, I do believe that it is the duty of any institution to guard against the realm or scoop of their ability in all situation not just cyber bullying. I truly believe that it is the schools responsibility to protect students while they are on school property or dealing with equipment that is of school property. But once the student is no longer in the realm of school property then its up to the parents to protect the student.

  4. profile image56
    SpaceAgeposted 12 years ago

    I think cyber bullying should b stopped. Tho I was never a victim, others were. Cyber bullying is the same as doing it in person. That's y it's best not 2 give out personal info/post photos of ourselves.

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    surlyoldcatposted 12 years ago

    Schools should be limiting access to site in the internet not related to education. Keep kids from their Twitter and Facebook, accounts, and have the ONLY access for them at school, to places like dictionary.com, britannica, but nothing in the publicsocial/entertainment ream.

    And it's not the schools, per se, that need to work harder aginast this, but the IDIOT PARENTS that need to get off their backsides and become more interactive with their kids!
    I have three kids, btw.


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