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BC students now able to report bullying anonymously

A new website that allows BC students to report bullying anonymously has gone live: www.erasebullying.ca This was announced Tuesday during Premier Christy Clark’s anti-bullying forum. In the article, Theresa Campbell discusses current issues related to bullying and school safety.

Read the full article on the Vancouver Sun website:
BC students now able to report bullying anonymously

How parents can reduce bullying

Parents can play a critical role in helping reduce incidents of online bullying and getting help for young victims, experts say.

Theresa Campbell said a key message for parents is to keep the lines of communication open with their children so that they know if something goes awry.

Read the full article on the Times Colonist website:
How parents can reduce bullying

B.C. educators learn how to assess threats in schools

An Education Ministry forum Friday in Richmond drew representatives from all education partner groups to learn more about the ERASE Bullying program.

Read the full article on the Vancouver Sun website:
B.C. educators learn how to assess threats in schools

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