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Confronting cyberbullying

from The Journal

Experts say that schools need to stop worrying about external Internet predators and take on the threat within: Cyberbullying. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, as schools first started getting widespread access to the Internet, many administrators saw the potential in this new technology, but also huge risks and liabilities. While billions were being spent on hardware and connectivity, the mainstream media was fueling parental fears with stories of online predators waiting at every exit of the new information superhighway. The response from many schools was initially to teach Internet safety in terms of protection from the two P's: predators and pornography. more

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