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Should students who commit cyber-bullying be suspended from school?
Transcript of Should students who commit cyber-bullying be suspended from school?
cyber-bullying be expelled
from school? In 2004, i-safe took a survey
of 1500 students in grades 4-8. This is what they
found out: 42% of kids have been bullied. 1 in 4 have had it happen
more than once. 35% of kids have been
threatened online. 1 in 5 have had it happen
more than once. 58% of kids admit someone
has said hurtful things online. 4 out of 10 have had it happen
more than once. 53% admit to bullying someone online. 4 out of 10 admit to doing it more
than once. Cyberbullying is the term used for the new, and growing, practice on using technology to harass, or bully, someone else. Cyberbullying is extremely attractive to bullies because they don't have to see the person face to face. Thesis statement:
Kid or teens who Cyberbully should be expelled in schools in order to protect children and other teens. "What about the term, everybody deserves a
Yes, everybody deserves a
second chance, but studies show that people who
cyberbully once, 3/4 of the time will
do it again. You cannot keep giving people
second chances. Some people also think that bullying and cyberbullying
are the same, but they're not. Here's why; If the person who bullies someone gets
suspended from school, then the victim won't
have to worry about it anymore. This will also stop other kids from
cyberbullying. They will think about
what they say online before they say it,
because it might affect their education. That is why I believe kids who cyberbully
other kids should be expelled from school. Bibliography:
. 1. "How to stop bullying." . N.p., n.d. Web. 4 Apr 2012. <www.how-to-stop-bullying.com>.
2. Stop Cyberbullying, http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/index2.html Copyright wiredkids inc, all rights reserved.
3. Cyberbullying Research Center, http://www.cyberbullying.us/ Cyberbullying Research Center, 2012. - Permissions Policy -