Google wants to spread positivity online, stop cyberbullying
Education partnerships centering on online safety, etiquette and security are aimed at teaching kids to "be internet awesome" this month.
As online bullying statistics rise, educators seek solutions
Reports of cyberbullying rose in recent years, and though researchers quibble about what the numbers mean, they all agree there's a problem.
Maryland lawmakers set to strengthen state cyberbullying rules
Grace's Law 2.0 will close gaps in a 2013 law named after a teenager who committed suicide.
How IT directors can facilitate anti-cyberbullying practices
Commentary: Equip teachers, students and parents with the right tech tools for better monitoring and reporting.
Report: Cyberbullying on the rise in public schools
About 25 percent of public middle and high schools deal with cyberbullying issues every week, the National Center for Education Statistics found.
Schools grapple with new Illinois anti-cyberbullying law
Officials at a Madison County district had to backtrack after alarming parents that a new law could require children to turn over their social media passwords in cases of suspected cyberbullying.