Study shows schools ill-equipped to handle cyber bullying

    A study conducted by a Temple University professor and published in Children & Schools magazine shows school social workers feel unprepared to handle cyber bullying.

    Eighty percent of the 400 schools surveyed said there aren’t appropriate policies in place to recognize and intervene with instances of cyber bullying.

    Maiken Scott has the full story.

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