Student bullying has, in some cases, become worse with the move to online learning during COVID-19--here's how to keep tabs on it

How automation keeps bullying in check—both in-person and remote


Student bullying has, in some cases, become worse with the move to online learning during COVID-19--here's how to keep tabs on it

Even a pandemic won’t stop bad student behavior--and in many cases, it inflames behaviors such as bullying.

In this conversation with eSchool News, Laura Lockhart, director of student services of Keller Independent School District in Texas talks about how the district digitally updated their bullying reporting process to keep students safe and meet federal reporting regulations.

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