How can technology help schools curb student bullying?

01/5/2012 | T.H.E. Journal

Some schools are using technology as part of their efforts to monitor and curb student bullying. In Dallas, school officials use Review360 to compile and analyze data on student behavior to help head off potential cases of bullying. In New Jersey, some districts, including a special-education district, are using Ripple Effects, a behavioral software program that offers tutorials for teachers and students on anti-bullying behavior.

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