A Parent's Guide to Cyberbullying

Provides a guide to cyberbullying with parents as the target audience. The guide includes five commonly asked questions detailing a thorough definition of cyberbullying, cyberbullying statistics, tips for kids and teens, and best practices for detecting and coping if a child is being cyberbullied. It discusses general, physical, verbal, and social cyberbullying.

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