This report contains the Who (the bullied, the bully, and the bystander), What (definition of bullying or social cruelty), Where (no longer contined within the school playground), How (how will you know if your child is being bullied), When (statistics on when most cyberbullying takes place), Why (why kids don't usually tell adults), and What's Next (finding solutions).
Studies show that between 15-25% of U.S. students are bullied daily. One study reported that the bullying had lasted six months or longer. Even though each child is different, those who bully others share some common characteristics.
Cyberbullying is a crime in many areas and so you will want to save copies of all emails, texts or messages to use as evidence.
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