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February 10, 2012


Diane Kendall

It seems like this is the big question at the moment. Schools want parents to monitor kid's technology use and parents want schools to do it. Cyberbullying just adds to the issue. As states create laws to deal with cyberbullies, parents may find they have to pay more attention at home because the penalitieis at school are so severe. On the other hand, the Supreme Court has so far refused to weigh in on this and other online harassment issues so First Amendment rights remain clouded.

Merle Marsh

And who is responsible for cyberbullying when it takes place at home? Even if problems don't overflow and cause problems in school, do parents want schools to deal with the offenders?

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