Study: Cyberbullying education should begin early

04/10/2012 | CNET

A recent study showing students have earlier access to mobile devices has shed new light on cyberbullying research. Stephanie Englander of Bridgewater University, who conducted the study for the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, found that about 20% of students surveyed had a cellphone by the third grade and 90% were online. By middle school, about 83% had a mobile device. "Education on cyberbullying and cyberbehaviors needs to begin well before [m]iddle [s]chool," she said.

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