The image is of a smaller kid getting shoved into a locker. Not anymore. While bullying has been around since school itself, today's kids face a whole new cyber world of how students can pick on other students. Thanks to social media, like Facebook and Twitter, and the constant way it keeps people connected, bullying today doesn't end when the school day does. Nor is it reserved for physical confrontations in the hallway. Instead, it's words and taunts online, where they can stay forever. “It used to be all in school and it stayed in school,” said Kaylee Jahns, Lake City High School senior “Now it's all the Internet outside of school and kids are feeling … helpless, I guess, because they don't know who to go to because it's not during school”/Tom Hasslinger, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here. (Jerome A. Pollos Coeur d'Alene Press photo: ]Izaiah Dolezal discusses the need to help educate middle school and elementary school students on the perils of bullying as his Lake City High classmate Kaylee Jahns listens Monday)
Question: What would you do if you knew your child was the target of online bullies?