Cyberbullying

Read: Study Finds 71 Percent of LGBTQ+ Youth Say Restrictive State Laws Negatively Impact Their Mental Health

Study Finds 71 Percent of LGBTQ+ Youth Say Restrictive State Laws Negatively Impact Their Mental Health

Additionally, many LGBTQ+ youth say the new policies or debates have resulted in them being bullied, harassed, and/or assaulted.

Read: Seattle Public Schools Sue Big Tech, Allege Social Media Harms Student Mental Health

Seattle Public Schools Sue Big Tech, Allege Social Media Harms Student Mental Health

Schools in Seattle are suing the big tech companies for recommending harmful content to children, allegedly fueling the mental health crisis.

Read: Navigating Children and Teens’ Ongoing Reliance on Technology

Navigating Children and Teens’ Ongoing Reliance on Technology

A digital wellness expert shares ways schools can reduce technology-dependent behaviors to help ensure children and teens remain safe online.

Read: U.S. Dept of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Anti-Semitic Harassment Investigation of Kyrene School District #28

U.S. Dept of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Anti-Semitic Harassment Investigation of Kyrene School District #28

The district violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by failing to respond appropriately to on-going anti-Semitic harassment of a student.

Read: Schools Had Most Shootings in 2 Decades, According to New Federal Report

Schools Had Most Shootings in 2 Decades, According to New Federal Report

Despite the rise in shootings, nonfatal criminal victimizations dropped from 51 to 11 per 1,000 students, ages 12-18 over the past ten years.

Read: Social Media: Both a Criminal Accelerant and a Law Enforcement Tool

Social Media: Both a Criminal Accelerant and a Law Enforcement Tool

While social media is increasingly being used — especially by young people — for bragging about crimes, it also continues to prove useful in solving crimes.

Read: GAO Releases Report on Increase in Student Bullying, Hate Crimes and Violence

GAO Releases Report on Increase in Student Bullying, Hate Crimes and Violence

The in-depth report breaks down the increase in hostile behaviors among students and how schools and the Education Department are addressing it.

Read: Social Media Awareness for Staff

Social Media Awareness for Staff

It is important to maintain baseline levels of knowledge in relation to how technology and social media are currently being used by students.

Read: SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

The 8-1 vote by the U.S. Supreme Court says suspending a cheerleader for swearing off school property is unconstitutional.

Read: Online Harassment Against Adults Happens Most Often on Social Media

Online Harassment Against Adults Happens Most Often on Social Media

A recent Pew Research Center study breaks down six types of harassment experienced by adults on six different online platforms.

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