Kids navigate the cyber world better than most adults and baby boomers and now the state wants to hear their ideas on how to stop cyber bullying. State Board of Education spokesperson Mary Fergus says the kids' input may be the best way to stop online bullying.
The state is launching a new contest to give students an outlet to submit their ideas. They can enter posters, videos, slideshows, or even podcasts describing ways bystanders can intervene in bullying. For more details, check out Isbe.net.
The state is soliciting ideas from school kids on how to stop online bullying. State Board of Education spokesperson Mary Fergus says the kids can offer a perspective that adults aren't privy to.