Mandatory Cyberbullying Classes Amana Delgado

Social media connects us all, but it has some negative side effects.

Children as young as 8 are creating social media accounts without guidance on how to properly use social media.

As a result, cyberbullying has become a problem and the main form of bullying between students in schools.

In order to equip students for proper use of the internet, they should take a class in elementary school that will help them make wise decisions on social media.

Kids who get cyberbullied decide to skip school. Especially if they feel that they have no friends.
They are more likely to suffer from mental illnesses
Most victims of cyberbullying get worse grades and stop caring about their academic success.
The classes will help students recognize what cyberbullying looks like and what they can do to help a victim in order to create a safer school environment.

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