Reporting cyberbullying and zero tolerance policies conflict

An article in the Globe and Mail, reporting on a large Canadian survey by MediaSmarts, suggests that zero tolerance policies discourage  students from seeking help from teachers for issues of cyberbullying.  Are there still zero tolerance policies in Canadian schools, given all the research to indicate their harmful effects?  Surprising!


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