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In the past four weeks, four teenagers killed themselves after being harassed by schoolmates. Technology is quickly changing how kids bully one another. Here are some ways to stop the problem
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1.How many precent of seventh and eight think of themselves as non cyber bullies? 2.How many percent describe themselves as victims? 3. What is a proven strategy for the schools to invest in? 4.What is a good strategy for parents dealing with bullying?

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Carlin Weinberg's comment, January 30, 2013 12:01 PM
Bullying can be in different actions. The percentage of seventh and eight grade who think of themselves as non cyber-bullies is seventy-four percent. Despite this fact, only five percent reminised that they are victims. A proven strategy for schools to invest in is joining anti-bullying associations. The students can also think to themselves if they really want to be that bully. Parents should also try to play a factor in bullying. They should always talk with the victim and see how he is feeling about this situation.
Calder Weinberg's comment, January 30, 2013 12:02 PM
74 percent of seventh and eight graders think of themselves as cyber bullies. 15 percent described themselves as being a bully. A strategy proven is to hire an school resource officer. A good strategy for parents is not to have fear with their kid getting bullied.
Calder Weinberg's comment, January 30, 2013 12:02 PM
74 percent of seventh and eight graders think of themselves as cyber bullies. 15 percent described themselves as being a bully. A strategy proven is to hire an school resource officer. A good strategy for parents is not to have fear with their kid getting bullied.
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Calder Weinberg's comment, January 23, 2013 1:26 PM
It said that his mom killed herself. Yes I would have signed it and told the teacher that my mom was dead. This story sounds like a that this would probably happen because he is trying to lie so he can paper without having to be signed.
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It said that his mom killed herself. Yes I would have signed it and told the teacher that my mom was dead. This story sounds like a that this would probably happen because he is trying to lie so he can paper without having to be signed.


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It said that his mom killed herself. Yes I would have signed it and told the teacher that my mom was dead. This story sounds like a that this would probably happen because he is trying to lie so he can paper without having to be signed.


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Calder Weinberg's comment, January 23, 2013 1:26 PM
It said that his mom killed herself. Yes I would have signed it and told the teacher that my mom was dead. This story sounds like a that this would probably happen because he is trying to lie so he can paper without having to be signed.