This article, by guest writer J.M. Myers, addresses the challenge that cyber-bullying puts on the mental health of a school and its students. Schools must address cyber-bullying even though it usually occurs outside of school. In many ways, it is much more pernicious than face-to-face interactions.Source:
Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers, Education Week, May 24, 2017Description:
Bullying, an age-old problem, now poses huge new challenges for us to address. What was quiet or private has become widely dispersed, even from nameless sources. We do not know what, if any, prevention strategies may work. At the least, mental health resources and educational resources must be brought together to ensure our best chance for success in stemming the spread of cyberbullying and protect the mental health of our children.Read the full article here!