Jackson, Camille
March 2006
Teaching Tolerance;Spring2006, Issue 29, p50
The article discusses online bullying in schools. Cyberbullying affects children, according to a survey commissioned by the U.S. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Cox Communications. Adults and schools can protect children from bullies online. The fifth annual Wired Safety.org Summit was held to help educate children, teachers and parents.


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