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Why legislation won’t stop bullying, online or otherwise

Posted by on September 29, 2011

State and federal anti-bullying laws are unnecessary and ineffective. This doesn’t set well with many anti-bullying, civil rights, and other political activists and advocates lobbying for state and federal laws.  But what is popular is not always right and what is right is not always popular. A recent Plain Dealer newspaper article (CSU symposium attendees seek […]

Cyberbullying & Sexting: Expectations for School Principals

Posted by on September 3, 2010

“Principals can’t police the Internet all night and all weekend.” I hear this a lot from school administrators. Parents, however, often have a different (and unrealistic) perspective on the matter. My take is that school administrators cannot be expected to police the Internet all night and all weekend.  Parents should also not view school administrators as the […]