Training on bullying issues sought for New Zealand's teachers

11/27/2012 | Stuff (New Zealand)

Advocates in New Zealand are urging the government to provide training for teachers, administrators and others in addressing bullying, particularly cyberbullying. NetSafe Chief Technology Officer Sean Lyons recommends that anti-bullying training be required for school staff, and that at least one staff member be focused on cyberbullying.

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