Cyberbullying Is The Top Frustration of Students

Monday, June 27, 2016
University Herald

A study of the Kentucky Center for School Safety, there were more than  600 school administrators responded to survey questions, which sought to gather information about how anti-bullying policies are implemented in school systems across the state. The result of the study shows there were more than 80 percent of high school administrators and more than 70 percent of middle school administrators cited cyberbullying as their greatest frustration.

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