Instagram’s latest effort to combat cyberbullying gives posters a second chance to take back words that may be hurtful.
One important result of a recent study on bullying by gender revealed that not only are girls more often bullied than boys, but they are also more likely to consider or attempt suicide as well.
The next phase of anti-bullying law in New Jersey is on its way with the approval of an anti-bullying task force. The legislation, sponsored by Assemblyman Robert Karabinchak, creates the task force in order to evaluate current law and was recently approved by the Assembly Education Committee.
New Jersey’s Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights calls for an annual “Week of Respect” during the first week of October.