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March 2, 2012

How should schools deal with cyberbullying?

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Cyberbullying has been a huge issue in schools for quite some time now but the issue of how to handle the parties involved is still unresolved.  Most schools feel incidents that occur outside of school should not be dealt with through the school.  There are some school administrators that will enforce penalties if the incident is somehow disruptive to the learning environment but often that’s not a sufficient for parents or victims.  Read the recent Washington Post article and tell us what you think about how far schools should step with cyberbullying occurs off of school property.

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Posted by Anonymous at: 10:09 PM, July 9, 2013
Look at the school system websites that interest you. Generally, individual schools do not list their jobs on the school's website. The jobs will be posted on the county or city school system website. Private schools are the exception-they may post their jobs directly on their websites. Search by classified or non certified positions. You can also try calling the schools in which you are interested directly to see if they have any food service openings.n Thanks.
Posted by Anonymous at: 05:41 PM, July 25, 2012
I really think Cyberbullying should stop
Posted by Anonymous at: 08:50 PM, March 15, 2012
My opinion the schools should get involved,so if someone's treated or something they should be suspend or maybe even exspeld

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