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Bullying is a big problem, and now more than ever. With technological advances come new kinds of bullying. Here's what you need to know about 'cyber bullies.'
Parents may never have heard of it, but surveys show that 20 to 60 percent of teens are 'sexting'. What is sexting and how can parents deal with it?
This article is all about cyberbullies. Experts share their study's findings on who cyberbullies are, why they bully, and what they do to their victims.
Check out free cyberbullying and technology safety lesson plans and keep your kid out of high-tech trouble. A list compiled by an expert on child safety.
Thanks to Adam’s Law, the public has information on sexual offenders around the country – and while some believe this keeps children safe, others think not.
Here is a guide to translating the 'netspeak,' or Internet slang, kids use. Some of these Internet acronyms are harmless, but some are huge red flags!
Researchers study the prevalence rate and behaviors of cyberbullying and its relationship to academic performance among high school students. Here are the
This lesson plan will help engage students to begin a dialogue about bullying. Guide students to commit to make their school a bully-free school.
What are the pros and cons of blogging, and what can parents do to keep kids safe?
Breaking up has always been hard to do, and now, it's even harder.  Advances in communications technology have led to 'cyberstalking' among teens.
Researchers studied cyberbullying behaviors of students from the United States and Singapore. Study suggests all cyberbullies use aggression to gain a goal.
Information and advice for parents and educators on cyberbullying- definition, how it can affect children and actions that can prevent online bullying.
The impact of online communication on bullying among teenagers.
Is tracking your child with a Global Positioning System a safety measure, or an overt method of control?
Netiquette rules are the manners of the digital age. Follow these netiquette rules to stay civil and safe on the web.
Many parents don't realize just how vulnerable their children are to identity theft. Here are five things you can do to protect your child:
Young children can practice phonics and spelling concepts as they play these great online phonics and spelling games.
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