What schools can do to stop bullying

Schools need to have comprehensive plans to tackle bullying, especially cyberbullying, education consultant Nicole Yetter writes in this commentary. Yetter offers several ideas to curb bullying ranging from surveying students about the extent of bullying and cyberbullying to offering students ways to report bullying instantly and anonymously through technology. "Cultivating a positive school climate starts and stops with adults," she writes.

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