Cyberbullying in Schools

Cyberbullying is a growing problem among kids in junior high and high school. Cyberbullying is intimidating, harassing and attempting to dominate and belittle someone through the use of electronic technology, such as Internet and cell phones.  Jason Wold, Vice Principal at Lake Oswego High School and Kathryn Flegel, MD, a child psychiatrist at Providence Portland Medical Center joined us to talk about the steps school are taking to end the cycle of aggression and the signs parents should watch out for that indicate their child is being bullied.

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