Check out this great organization, called BOOST Oklahoma, that promotes awareness about bullying and gives many resources on bullying prevention in Oklahoma.
State and local officials in Oklahoma say parents mostly are unaware of their child’s online relationships.
Cyberbullying: The New Online Crime Elementary school bullying and high school harassment have been around for ages. Today, a new online crime is making itself more and more prevalent. More than 80% of teenagers use mobile phones, roughly 93% of college students engage on Facebook — and more than
What do the 5th grade students at the Green Mountain Central Schools in Vermont know about bullying? A lot! Deanna Ryan has been leading her class in researching resources for their annual anti-bullying project. These web-savvy students used OKAN’s Okafterschool.org website for some of their research and offered another link
BY KIM ARCHER World Staff Writer Saturday, December 24, 2011 Tulsa Public Schools will have another tool, starting in January, to combat bullying and make school safer for kids. The district will launch an online reporting system that will allow students, teachers and others to report bullying and other potentially
BY DONNA LABERMEIER, NEWSOK Published: October 19, 2011 Are you in a state of constant fear, anger and worry because of having to deal with a bully either at your school or in your home? When coping with the actions of a bully, the first course of action is
Bullying has become an epidemic. Many children are victims of sexual bullying and cyber bullying, and overweight children are especially targed. This report from Obesity Action lists tips, web resources and data concerning this issue. Click the image at left to download the report and for more information visit www.obesityaction.org.
BY MICHAEL BAKER firstname.lastname@example.org Oklahoman The statistics are staggering. During the 2009-10 public school year in Oklahoma, there were 15,967 incidents of bullying and 648 of those resulted in physical injury, according to school-reported incident data collected by the state Education Department. In Oklahoma Bullying incidents at school resulting in
BY MICHAEL BAKER Oklahoman Published: October 28, 2010 A state legislator will propose an anti-bullying law in the name of Ty Field, an 11-year-old Perkins boy who committed suicide after reportedly being bullied by classmates. Rep. Anastasia Pittman, D-Oklahoma City, made the announcement after hosting a public hearing at the
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