Mar 242011
 
 March 24, 2011  Online, Youth & Schools

Despite the media spotlight on cyberbullying, only 26 percent of K-12 teachers say they’ve taught kids how to handle online harassment over the past year, says a survey by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and Microsoft.

At the same time, only 15 percent of educators said they’ve spoken to students about web content, including posts and videos, that contain so-called “hate speech.”

But it doesn’t mean they’re not willing.

Read more of this article on School Library Journal.

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